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1961-VINDAGUA 



LEE COLLEGE 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



EDITOR: 
MARTHA SMITH 



ASSOCIATE EDITOR: 
MARY RUTH MORRIS 



BUSINESS MANAGER: 

PHILIP MORRIS 




FOREWORD 



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"Praise ye the Lord. Praise ye the Lord 
from the heavens: praise him in the 
heights. Praise ye him, all his angels: 
Praise ye him, all his hosts. Praise ye 
him, sun and moon: praise him, all ye 
stars of light. Praise him, ye heavens of 
heavens, and ye waters that be above 
the heavens. Let them praise the name 
of the Lord: for he commanded, and 
they were created," Psalm 148:1-5. 

Long, long ago when strangers marched 
into Canaan and began to conquer the land, 
the native tribes asked their new neighbors, 
"Now, you Israelites, who is your God?" Each 
nation had gods — many gods — who performed 
rival miracles with other gods of other nations. 
The Jews related how the Lord God had 
freed Israel from Egyptian bondage; how He 
had swept back the waves of the Red Sea 
and allowed them to walk through on its 
dry bed; how He had miraculously fed the 
children of Israel on their forty-year journey 
through the wilderness, and oh, so many 
amazing things! This did not impress their 
neighbors, however, for they claimed equal 
miracles from their gods. The nations asked 
again, "Who is your God?" The Psalmist David 
declared, "For the Lord is great, and greatly to 
be praised: he is to be feared above all gods. 
For the gods of the nations are idols: but 
the Lord made the heavens," Psalm 96:4, 5. 
He who made the stars! He is our God. This 
is the great divine Credential; there is no great- 
er. 

It is He who makes the silvery-haired com- 
ets to streak through the sky. His hand 
wrought the glorious spectacle of thousands of 
sparkling jewels dangling in black velvet. His 
breath stirred the celestial dust of the Milky 
Way and His word spoke the galaxies into 
existence. His will decreed the sun, King of 



Day, and declared the moon, Guardian of 
Night. It is He who suspended the Earth on 
nothing and wonderfullv made her to be in- 
habited. The Maker is our Piedeemer and 
Comforter. 
If one should stargaze in a certain season 
of the year, he would behold a special cre- 
ation of God. In late September about eight 
o'clock, arching across the sky, is the Milky 
Way. At the top of this arch is a constella- 
tion called Cygnus, the most precious constel- 
lation to all stargazing Christians. Cygnus is 
a cross carved in starlight. It moves slowly 
westward across the sky until, at Christmas- 
tide, it stands upright on the western horizon, 
giving a special meaning to the season. The 
nightly appearance of the cross in the sky 
is regarded as the evening's call to worship. 
How many times have we gazed into the 
heavens and wondered about the stars. We 
remember the miracle of the Star of Beth- 
lehem. Some wonder, "What are we in re- 
lation to the stars?" We are really much more 
fortunate than they. The stars have existed 
for millions of years, but we shall live for- 
ever. The stars have not once spoken a word, 
breathed a breath, heard a sound, enjoyed 
beauty, nor loved another star! As wonderful 
as stars are, we are more wonderful, complex, 
and mysterious. The stars exist — we live! 
Christ is our life-giver, the great Celestial 
Sovereign, and the Bright and Morning Star! 
He is our hope, for He is coming soon. The 
Bible says it, the Christian believes it, and the 
heavens declare it. 

In the evenings, as we behold the beauty 
and magnificence of God's creation and re- 
member the words of Jesus, "I will come 
again," can we say from the depths of our 
souls, "Even so, come Lord Jesus." 

— Editor. 



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THE OLD 



Each building has spe- 
cial memories . . . at- 
tending classes . . . 
studying in the Library 
. . . living the "dorm 
life" . . . singing in 
Chapel services . 



A tribute to Ruth Craw- 
ford, an admired Magna 
Cum Laude student for 
four years ... a new 
missionary to Brazil . . . 
the capable editor of the 
Vindagua for three years 




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THE NEW . . . 




Dean Walker and a "V" for "vic- 
tory" . . . Lee Junior College is 
fully accredited by the Southern As- 
sociation of Colleges and Secondary 
Schools . . . We've scored a "first" 
among Pentecostal colleges in liberal 
arts . . . 



The new president and his wife, the 
Reverend and Mrs. Ray H. Hughes. . . 




A new editor for the Vindagua . . 



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BOTH IN . . . 



So much a part of our Pentecostal 
heritage and Lee life is gospel sing- 
ing . . . Men's Choir . . . 





Homer and Jethro — "Lee for me, 
Lee for you" . . . 



Concerts . 


. recitals . 


. teas . . . 


festivals . 


. . music . 


. . Ladies 


Choir . . . 








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WINTER . . 





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SUMMER . . . 




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COMBINE IN . . . 





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AN ALBUM OF . . . 






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CHERISHED . . . 




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MEMORIES . . . 




HRRjik'S BE-; 




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Dedication 

The test of the ruling motto of a life is the man it 
forms. The philosophy held must make the man pure in 
heart, gracious and benevolent in manner, kind in word 
and deed. 

There is one who fits this description well because 
of his quiet and sincere dedication to his tasks. He has 
done much for those about him, for he has faith in Lee 
and her students. This is most evident in his kind and sym- 
pathetic interest in each individual and in his patient ef- 
forts to solicit financial aid for those in need. 

An alumnus of Lee, he has also served Lee devoted- 
ly for the past eleven years as Dean of Men, Principal of 
the High School, Dean of the Junior College, President 
of Lee College, and presently serves as Registrar. 

To one whose life is arrayed with serene beauty, and 
is beheld as a guiding star by all of us, we humbly and 
sincerely dedicate the 1961 Vindagua to the Reverend 
R. L. Piatt. 

B.A., George Peabody College for Teachers, Lee College. 
M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers. 
Graduate work, George Peabody College for Teachers, 
University of Tennessee. 





1960 



CALENDAR 



1961 



AUGUST 

24-27 Confused freshmen, bewildered secretaries, 
general confusion . . . It's registration day. 

29 Student-faculty reception . . . "Are you 
Mary's sister?" 

30 Formal opening . . . Inauguration ceremony. 

SEPTEMBER 

2 "A Cry in the Night" . . . minds to missions. 

12 All here at last! . . . This is the last day 
to register. 
13-14 Testing program . . . "Oh, no! English five 
days a week!" 

16 Sing, sing! Junior College seniors sponsor 
the Ken Apple Trio. 

23 Fall picnic . . . Fried chicken, potato salad 
. . . "Help! Don't throw me in!" . . . There 
goes Brother Ray Hughes. Splash! . . . "But 
I've got to make it to the top." 

OCTOBER 

2-8 Fall convocation: Findsey Pratt . . . conse- 
cration and dedication. 
27 Sweet relief! Fong weekend begins at 4:00 
p.m. 



NOVEMBER 



4 Sing . . . play . . . pantomime . . . Who'll 
win the cake? Phi Theta Kappa Talent Con- 
test. 
1 1 Georgia Day . . . Freshmen Play . . . "Wh- 
wha-what do you think, Marcus?" 
24-25 Alumni Home-coming . . . Fall Music Fes- 
tival . . . Pioneers for Christ play. 
26 Touring Choir leaves for Carolinas . . . "Is 
there room on the bus for all of us?" 



DECEMBER 

3 Basketball at Emmanuel . . . Go, Dragons, 

go! . . . We'll beat 'em yet! 

10 Student-Faculty Christmas Tea 

. . . music . . . good punch . 

culture and just plain fun. 

16-20 Exams . . . Who can study with mistletoe, 

holly, and Christmas carols on the mind? 

20 Exams are over! "I'll be home for Christmas." 



. lovely 
loads of 



JANUARY 



2-3 Registration . . . "You mean she didn't come 
back?" . . . "Have you seen that new guy? 
He's a doll!" 

28 Superlative Coronation . . . Enter Fee's 
celestial kingdom! 



FEBRUARY 

3 Alabama Day . . . Pioneers for Christ play, 
The Rock . . . Basketball tour begins . . . 
"Go west, young man!" 

4 Singing Klaudt Family sponsored by the 
Junior College Seniors. 

10 Florida banquet . . . food and fun . . . 
theme strikes a challenging note: Search for 
Souls. 

1 1 Valentine Party . . . Who'll be King and 
Queen of Hearts? 

1 6 Teacher Appreciation Day . . . Congratula- 
tions, Mrs. Herbert Walker! 

24 SNEA Beauty Contest . . . talent . . . beau- 
ty .. . charm . . . "Oh, Delilah!" 



MARCH 



Western States banquet . 
rcsses . . . good food. 
States banquet 
Spanish guitar 



Spanish wait- 



3 Northern States banquet . . . Fountain of 
Fife . . . Spanish guitar . . . inspirational 
speaker. 

4 Faculty-Staff Play . . . "I've found the key!" 
5-12 Spring Revival: The Rev. W. E. Tull . . . 

soul-searching messages . . . promise of vic- 
tory . . . The Rev. Paul Henson . . . flame 
of evangelism . . . "World-Wide Revival." 
1 7 North Carolina Day . . . God's Trombones. 

23 Touring Choir leaves . . . Tennessee, Mis- 
sissippi, Alabama . . . new friends . . . 
good food . . . tired throats . . . sore feet. 

24 Easter holidays begin at noon . . . "Operation 
Outreach" to Texas, Mississippi, and Minne- 
sota-Wisconsin . . . home at last. 

APRIL 

In spring a young man's fancy turns to love! 
4 Back to school. 
7 South Carolina Day . . . Spring Music Festival. 



14 Athletic Banquet 

me? . . . Really! 
21 Spring picnic . . 

top this time." 
29 Senior Banquet . 

orchid!" . . . new formals 

be in on time!" 



. . "Would you go vuth 
. . my hero!" 
"I know I'll climb to the 



"Roomie, 



it's a white 
. "You must 



. . just can't repeat 
oh, no! 



MAY 

2 Vindagua Dedication. 
6-10 Exams . . . must pass 
that boring course . . 
7 Baccalaureate service 

1 1 Welcome, Alumni 

1 2 Commencement exercises. 

Precious memories . . . Hasn't it been fun? 
. . . See you next year . . . Don't forget to 
write ! 



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ADMINISTRATION 

Seek him that maketh the seven stars and Orion, and turneth the shadow of death into the 
morning, and maketh the day dark with night: that calleth for the waters of the sea, and ponreth 
them out upon the faee of the earth: The LORD is his name," Amos 5:8. 



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THE PRESIDENT OF 
LEE COLLEGE . . . 



^Jne nCei/erend r\ai4 ^rr. ^J^ruqhed 



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Business Manager 
MARVIN GOLDEN 




Registrar 
R. L. PLATT 




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Dean of Bible College 
R.HOLLIS CAUSE, JR. 



Dean of Junior College 

J. HERBERT WALKER, JR. 



DIVISION HEADS 



Principal of Academy 
STANLEY BUTLER 



Dean of School of Music 

A.T.HUMPHRIES 






RARIA 


N 


LeMOYNE SWIGER 




DEANS 




Men 




Women 


R. L. PLATT 




AVIS SWIGER 





BOARD 

OF 

DIRECTORS 



LEWIS J. WILLIS 

Chairman 



Seated: Ray H. Hughes, Lewis J. Willis, D. C. Boatwright. 

Standing: James Stephens, Lee Watson, J. P. Johnson, A. V. Howell, James L. Slay, Jr. 




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1960 PERSONNEL 1961 




A. C. BENKER 

Policeman 



ULNA BLACK 

Bookkeeper 




E. L. BOEHMER 
Maintenance 



MARY BLALOCK 
Bookkeeper 




THELMA BRECKENRIDGE SYBIL BUTLER W. P. CORNWELL H. D. CROSS 

Snack Shop Secretary to Business Manager Boys' Dormitory Supervisor Maintenance 




EVALINE ECHOLS 

Secretary to President 



LOUVINA FAULKNER 
Janitress, Girls' Dormitory 



FAY GIBSON 
Secretary to Registrar 



NORA GOINS 
Janitress, Tharp Hall 



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1960 PERSONNEL 1961 




GRACE GOLDEN 

Mail and Bookstore Clerk 



CHARLES GRAHAM 

Maintenance Supervisor 



LORENA HATHCOCK 

Girls' Dormitory Supervisor 



JOSEPHINE HAY 

Secretary to Principal 




GRADY HURST 

Cafeteria 



FAYE McBRAYER 
Secretary to Registrar 



CI ION! Mel .AIN 
Assistant Librarian 



POLLY MILLER 

Bookkeeper 




NELL MUNCY 


R. C. MUNCY 


EFFIE PARKER 


ARTHUR PRESSLEY 


Snack Shop Manager 


Cafeteria Manager 


Nurse 


Maintenance 


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1960 PERSONNEL 1961 




MARY RATHKE 

Cook 



DELLA SCOGGINS 

Cook 



VONCEIL SiMITH MARY LOU WILES 

Girls' Dormitory Supervisor Girls' Dormitory Supervisor 



STUDENT EMPLOYEES 

First row: Darlene Herndon, Charlotte Miller, Reba Taylor, Ruby Hewett, Alpha Deas, Jean Dickenson. 

Second row: Ted Wooldridge, Lazelle Waddell, Shirley Bowling, Carolyn O'Neal, Jim Meletiou, Emry Millican, Bill 

Wilson, James Breckcnridge, Joyce Williams, Karen Lilly, Ligia Collazo, Betty Eversole. 




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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



DONALD AULTMAN 

President 



BENNIE TRIPLETT 

Vice-President 






LUCILLE WALKER 

Secretary 



FLOYD D. CAREY, JR. 

Board Member 





JAMES STEPHENS 

Board Member 



PHILIP MORRIS 
Recording 

Secretary 




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CLASSES 



"When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast 
ordained; What is man, that thou art mindful of him?" Psalm 8:3, 4. 




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Left to right: David Jacobs, President; Harold Stevens, Vice-President; Bill Wooten, Secretary-Treasurer. 



BIBLE COLLEGE SENIORS 



ROBERT STEVENS 
Sponsor 




To the Bible College Seniors of 1961: 

Your spirit is characterized by the flame of enthu- 
siasm you possess in the pursuit of truth. While you 
have sought the true light, first of all with loyalty io 
your convictions, you have not let prejudice and bias 
keep you from modifying ideas and seeking both spirit- 
ual growth and mental attainment. 

Your diligence in intellectual matters has not kept 
you from developing your keen personal feelings. These 
feelings will mean as much to you in the field of 
Christian service as your knowledge; for they will 
enable you to stand where the masses have stood, sit 
where they have sat, and know what they have known. 

Sincerely, 

Robert Stevens, Sponsor 




JESSE BROWNING 
Everglades, Florida 

Class Vice-President 3 
Ministerial Club 1, 4 
Forensic Club 1, 2 



BRADLEY L. CADDELL 

Dayton, Ohio 

Who's Who 4 

Student Leader 4 

Student Body Vice-President 4 

Assistant Dean, Walker Hall 2, 3, 4 

Class President 2 

Class Vice-President 1, 3 

Missions Club 2, 3, 4 

Chaplain 3, 4 
Forensic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

President 3 



BENJAMIN HOLMES 

Rio Linda, California 
Ministerial Club 1. 3. 4 



SENIORS 



DAVID B. JACOBS 

Cooleemee, North Carolina 

Who's Who 4 

Class Secretary-Treasurer 3 
Class President 4 
Pioneers for SChrist 1, 2 
Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Ministerial Club 3, 4 



DAVID M. PAINTER 

Monroe, Michigan 

Student Council 4 

President's Cabinet 3 

District Court 2 

Most Likely to Succeed 3 

Dormitory Council 3 

Pioneers for Christ 2, 3, 4 

Evangelism Committee Chairman 3 

Public Relations Committee 4 



HAROLD E. STEVENS 

Dayton, Ohio 

Who's Who 4 
Class President 1. 3 
Class Secretary-Treasurer 4 
Ministerial Club 1. 2, 3. 4 





BIBLE COLLEGE 
SENIORS 



WILLIAM D. WOOTEN 

Elm City, North Carolina 

Who's Who 4 

Student Leader 4 

Mr. Lee College 4 

Evangelism Committee 2, 3 

Class President 2 

Pioneers lor Christ 1, 2, 3, 4 

President 3, 4 
Music Club 2 
Student Education Association 2 



Bible College 
Apologetics Class 




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Greek, with a smile! 



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Li'/7 fo right: Arnold Thornton, President; Darlene Herndon, Secretary-Treasurer; Jimmy Wood, Vice-President; Elmer 
Odom, Sponsor. 



BIBLE COLLEGE JUNIORS 



ETHELENE ALEXANDER 



JANICE ANDERSON 



DARLENE HERNDON 




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ROBERT HERRIN 



EDWIN KING 



SHELBY McCOY 



JUNIORS 




JAMES MILLIGAN 



TRAVIS PORTER 



DOUGLAS MORGAN 




JAMES PREWITT 



MERVIN SHREVE 



MARTHA SMITH 



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CHARLES TASCIER 



WILLIAM TAYLOR 



WILLIAM THOMPSON 



ARNOLD THORNTON 



CHARLEY WILES 



JIMMY WOOD 



Brother Gause's 
Systematic Theology 
Class: 

"To be, or not to be- 
that is the question!' 





Left to right: Ronnie Ducroq, Vice-President; Mary Brannon, Secretary-Treasurer; Aubrey Maye, President; Charles 
Carpenter, Sponsor. 



BIBLE COLLEGE SOPHOMORES 



ROSIE BARNETT ESDRAS BETANCOURT 



ERNEST BLACK 



ROBERT BLACKABY 




MARY BRANNON 



LIGIA COLLAZO 



GEORGE COOPER 



DICKIE DAVIS 



RONALD DUCROO 



JOHN HELMS 




SOPHOMORES 



RUBY HEWETT 



DON JENKINS 



STACEY JOHNSON 





KAREN LILLY 



STANLEY McCARSON 



EUGENE MARTIN 




AUBREY MAYE 



JAMES MELETIOU 



PHILIP MORRIS 



SOPHOMORES 




VERNON PAUL 



GARLAND STOUT 



DARIENE fW^N-TON 



EDDIE TANNER 



CLAUDE THOMPSON 



ROBERT WARREN 



JACK WILKERSON 



JOYCE WILLIAMS 



TED WOOLDRIDGE 




SOPHOMORES 




EARL YOUNG 



Audio-Visual 

Aids: Animated 
Puppetry 




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Left to right: William McKinncy, President; Aline Adcock, Secretary-Treasurer; Cecil Coward, Vice-President; R. Hollis 
Gause, Jr., Sponsor. 

BIBLE COLLEGE FRESHMEN 



ALINE ADCOCK KENNETH ARANT 

JAMES BRECKENRIDGE THOMAS BUCKNER 



TED BILDERBACK 
GARY BUTCHER 




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CECIL COWARD 



CHARLES FRENCH 



DON HURST 



BEECHER JOHNSON 



FRESHMEN' 



AARON LAVENDER 
RAY McMULLEN 



JOHN LOMBARD 
BARBARA MONTGOMERY 



JAMES LYDA 
WAYNE PEARSON 



WILLIAM McKINNEY 
TERESA PETERS 




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BIBLE COLLEGE FRESHMEN 




CHARLES PITTMAN ATANASIE RAILEANU ERNEST ROBERTS RAY SANDERS 




PATRICIA SCHMIDT PHILLIP SHEARER JOEL TRAMMEL! ELMER TURNER 



WILLIAM WALLACE HUBERT WEBB HERB WILSON THOMAS WILSON 




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SCHOOL OF MUSIC FACULTY: Georgia Stroud, John Casale, Helen Symes, A. T. Humphries, Ruby Hurst, Roose- 
velt Miller, LaVera Humphries. 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC SENIOR 




The School of Music was organized four years ago for 
the purpose of training young men and women for the 
ministry of music. Music has always been an integral part of 
Lee College, and the School of Music is making its contri- 
bution toward a greater appreciation for the finer arts. 



JOE MUNCY 

Hamilton, Ohio 

Most Talented Runner-up 3. 4 
Class President 1, 2, 4 
Music Club President 1, 2 
Football 1, 2. 3, 4 
Touring Choir 1. 2, 3, 4 
Student Choir Director 4 
Continental Quartet 1, 2, 3. 4 
Northern States President 4 



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Left to right: Mary Smith, President; Elaine Price, Secretary-Treasurer; Henrietta Pawluk, Vice-President. 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC JUNIORS 




ELAINE 
PRICE 



MARY 
SMITH 



BRENDA 
JOHNSON 



HENRIETTA 
PAWLUK 





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LINDA COOK 
BRIAN JOHNSON 



TEDDY HALL 
RUTH MAY 



SANFORD HOPKINS 
PATSY TAYLOR 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC SOPHOMORES 



Left to right: Brian Johnson, Vice-President; Teddy Hall, President; Linda Cook, Secretary-Treasurer 






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Left to right: Paul Gregory, Vice-President; Barbara Klaus, Secretary-Treasurer; Tim Harris, President. 



DAVID ALLEN 
GENE CROFT 



LAVONE ALLEN 
DELORES ELLIS 



SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 
FRESHMEN 




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PAUL GREGORY 



TIM HARRIS 



BARBARA KLAUS 



BONNIE LAMBERT 



ANNETTE MATH IS 
JIM SUTTON 



JOAN PAULK 
JANET TAYLOR 



ANNETTE STANCILL DON SUMNER 

GRADY TOWN SEND LEAH WEYANDT 




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Left to right: Peggy Creech, Secretary; Lonzo Kirkland, Vice-President; Lynn Stone, President; Jeannie Holmes, Treas- 
urer. 



JUNIOR COLLEGE SENIORS 



LOIS BEACH 

Sponsor 




To the Junior College Seniors of 1961: 

As a graduating senior you have demonstrated the 
following personal qualities: Industry — you have en- 
countered discouragements, but self-discipline has forced 
you to stick it out. Integrity — you have met tempta- 
tion with resistance evidenced by your participation in 
church and youth groups. Initiative — you have found 
a way to solve your problems when decisions were 
difficult to make. Enthusiasm — you have possessed 
the energy of living, discovering, and reaching new 
heights. Interest in others — you have participated in 
religious and extracurricular activities which required 
giving of yourself. Also, an intellectual curiosity — 
you are "youngsters whose antennae are out." I congrat- 
ulate you. 

Sincerely, 

Lois Beach, Sponsor 




VIRGIL TERRELL ALLEN 
Norwalk, California 

Boys' Athletics Club 1. 2 
Ministerial Club 1 
Music Club 1, 2 
Forensic Club 1 
Touring Choir 1, 2 
Campus Choir 1, 2 



HELEN PATRICIA ANDERSON 
Savannah, Georgia 

Miss Lee College 2 
Runner-up, Best Personality 1 
Vindagua Staff 1, 2 
Social Committee 1, 2 
Class Secretary 1 
Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Forensic Club 1 
Touring Choir 1, 2 



THOMAS BALDWIN 

Jacksonville, Florida 

Runner-up, Most Likely to Succeed 2 
Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Phi Theta Kappa 2 
Vice-President 2 



SENIORS 



DAVID B. BARNES 
Uhrichsville, Ohio 

Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Student Education Association 1 



DONALD D. CAREY 

Kensington, Georgia 

Missions Club 1, 2 

Forensic Club 2 

Boys' Athletics Club 1, 2 

Basketball 1, 2 

Softball 1, 2 

Band 1 



RUTHANNA CARR 
Shabbona, Illinois 

Runner-up, Most Athletic 2 
Pioneers for Christ 1 
Missions Club 2 
Basketball Captain 1 
Softball 1, 2 
Volleyball 1, 2 
Campus Choir 1 




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REBA CHESSER 

Arcadia, Florida 

Most Athletic 2 
Phi Theta Kappa 2 
Forensic Club 2 
Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Softball 2 
Basketball 2 
Freshman Class Play 1 
Forensic Club Play 1 



PEGGY CREECH 

Somerville, Ohio 

Student Body Secretary-Treasurer 2 
Most Likely to Succeed 2 
Who's Who 2 
Student Leader 2 
Student Council 2 
Vindagua Staff 1, 2 
Class Secretary 2 
Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2 
Secretary 2 



ROMA JEAN DICKENSON 
Elizabethton, Tennessee 

Best Personality 2 

Missions Club 1 

Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2 

Forensic Club 1 

Basketball 1, 2 

Volleyball 1, 2 

Campus Choir 1 



SENIORS 



BETTY EVERSOLE 

Louisville, Kentucky 

Student Council 2 

Phi Theta Kappa 1, 2 

Pioneers for Christ 1 

Missions Club 2 

Student Education Association 2 



PRISCILLA ANN FOSHEE 
Lenoir City, Tennessee 

Pioneers for Christ 2 
Forensic Club 2 

Secretary-Treasurer 2 
Campus Choir 2 



LEBRON FREE 

Largo, Florida 

Missions Club 2 
Sportsman Club 1 
Boys' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Football 2 
Softball 1 












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WILLIAM TRAVIS GEORGE 
Mobile, Alabama 

Clarion Editor 2 
Pioneers for Christ 2 
Ministerial Club 2 
Boys' Athletics Club 2 
Assistant Athletic Director 2 
Football Manager 2 
Basketball Manager 2 
Softball Manager 2 



DELENE GIBSON 
Eldorado, Illinois 

Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 

Secretary 2 
Forensic Club 1, 2 
Welcoming Committee 2 



ROBERT GODFREY 
Cleveland, Tennessee 



SENIORS 



WANDA GORE 

Jasper, Alabama 

Vindagua Staff 1, 2 
Clarion Staff 1, 2 
Chapel Program Committee 1 
Missions Club 1 
Girls' Athletics Club 1 
Forensic Club 2 
Cheerleader 2 
Campus Choir 1, 2 



ROLAND "BO" HERNDON 

Okeechobee, Florida 

Runner-up, Most Versatile 1 
Class Vice-President 1 
Clarion Staff 1, 2 
Social Committee 3 
Varsity Basketball 1, 2 
Football 1, 2 
Freshman Play 1, 2 



JOSEPH WAYNE HODO 

Birmingham, Alabama 

Missions Club 1 
Music Club 1 
Football 1 
Softball 1 
Basketball 1, 2 





CAROLYN JEAN HOLMES 

Florence, Kentucky 

Class Treasurer 2 
Forensic Club 1, 2 

Vice-President 2 
Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Cheerleader 1. 2 

Captain 2 
Touring Choir 2 
Campus Choir 2 



SARA JANE JARRELL 

Lake Jackson, Texas 

Pioneers for Christ 2 
Missions Club 1 
Girls' Athletics Club 1. 2 
Forensic Club 1 

Secretary 1 
Cheerleader 2 



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EDWARD PAUL JOHNSON 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Pioneers for Christ 2 
Boys' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Football 1, 2 
Softball 1, 2 
Campus Choir 1 



SENIORS 



ROBERT P. JOHNSON 

Tucson, Arizona 

Boys' Athletics Club 2 
Football 2 



FREDDIE D. KILLMAN 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Clarion Staff 2 
Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Missions Club 1, 2 
Ministerial Club 1 
Boys' Athletics Club 1, 2 

Vice-President 1, 2 • 
Basketball 1, 2 
Football 1, 2 
Touring Choir 1 



LONZO TRAVIS KIRKLAND 

Starke, Florida 

Student Council 2 

Vindagua Staff 2 

Chapel Program Committee Chairman 

Social Committee 1, 2 

Class Vice-President 2 

Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 

Forensic Club 1 

Fisher Body Craftman's Guild Winner 





ROBERT LANNING 
Washington, D. C. 

Who's Who 2 
Phi Theta Kappa 2 
Pioneers for Christ 1 
Basketball 1 
Campus Choir 1 



WILLIE F. LAWRENCE 
Clinchco, Virginia 

Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Student Education Association 1 



SUE McGHEE 

Tinley Park, Illinois 

Most Versatile 2 

Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2 

President 2 
Northern States Secretary-Treasurer 2 
Basketball 1, 2 
Touring Choir 2 
Campus Choir 1, 2 



SENIORS 



SHIRLEY JOYCE iVIOONEYHAM 
Minot, North Dakota 

Phi Theta Kappa 2 
Missions Club 1, 2 



EFFIE J. PARKER 

Plant City, Florida 

Student Education Association 1 



FREDRICK VINCENT PARTON 

Alton, Illinois 
Student Council 1 









LESTER E. PATE 

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 
Ministerial Club 1, 2 



CHARLES RAMSEY 

Chi eland, Tennessee 



WANDA FAYE RAMSEY 
Maryville, Tennessee 

Missions Club 1 
Girls' Athletics Club 1 
Secretary-Treasurer 2 
Glee Club Accompanist 2 



SENIORS 



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BETTY JEAN ROBBINS 
Roswcll, Georgia 

Wittiest 1, 2 

Vindagua Staff 1, 2 

Clarion Staff 2 

Public Relations Committee 2 

Social Committee 2 

Home Economics Club 2 

Secretary-Treasurer 2 
Forensic Club 1 

Vice-President 1 



HARMON J. ROBERTS 
Detroit, Michigan 

Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Campus Choir 1, 2 




MARTHA SHORT 

Stanford, Kentucky 

Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Music Club 1, 2 
Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Softball 1, 2 
Freshman Play 1 
Pioneers for Christ Play 2 
Touring Choir 1, 2 
Campus Choir 1, 2 





MARSHALL KENNETH SMITH 
McCall Creek, Mississippi 

Pioneers for Christ 1 
Missions Club 1, 2 

President 2 
Campus Choir 1, 2 



LOIS KATHY STEEL 
Granite City, Illinois 

Pioneers for Christ 1 
Missions Club 1 
Girls' Athletics Club 1 
Campus Choir 1 



HERBERT LYNN STONE 
King sport, Tennessee 

Who's Who 2 

Student Leader 2 

Public Relations Committee 2 

Class President 2 

Phi Theta Kappa President 2 

Missions Club 1 

Forensic Club 1 

Touring Choir 1, 2 






SENIORS 



G. A. SWANSON 

Tucson, Arizona 

Runner-up, Most Congenial 

Married Couple 2 
Vindagua Staff 2 
Soul Winner Editor 2 
Welcoming Committee 1 
Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 

President 1 
Spanish Club 1 



LYNDA THARP 
Pangburn, Arkansas 

Vindagua Staff 2 
Clarion Staff 2 
Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 
Girls' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Home Economics Club 1, 2 

President 2 
Western States Club Treasurer 1 
Campus Choir 1 



CECIL MORRELL UPCHURCH 

Boaz, Alabama 

Pioneers for Christ 1, 2 

Forensic Club 2 

Bovs' Athletics Club 1. 2 

Football 1 

Basketball 1, 2 

Softball 1, 2 





EDNA LAZELLE WADDELL 

Lambert, Mississippi 

Vindagua Staff 1, 2 
Clarion Staff 2 
Welcoming Committee 2 
Girls' Athletics Club 1. 2 
Vice-President 2 



ROBERT HOWARD WILLIAMS 

Dunn, Louisiana 



EUGENE WOODARD 
Cleveland, Tennessee 

Bovs' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Football 2 
Basketball 1, 2 
Softball 1, 2 



SENIORS 



L. E. WOOTEN 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

Boys' Athletics Club 1, 2 
Sportsman Club 1 
Missions Club 1 
Basketball 1. 2 
Football 1, 2 
Campus Choir 1, 2 
Touring Choir 1 



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Left to right: Charlotte Miller, Treasurer; Tommy Manning, Vice-President; Priseilla Short, Secretary; Ronnie Peeples, 
President; Clifford Dennison, Sponsor. 



JUNIOR COLLEGE FRESHMEN 




DARLENE ALLEN 

JAN ARNETT 
J. M. AYCOCK 
BARBARA BAXTER 



YVONNE BENNETT 
REBECCA BENNETT 
LARRY BENZ 
CHARLES BLACK 



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RONALD BLAZIER PAUL BOLT 
BOBBY CARTER TANET CASSTDY 



SHIRLEY BOWLING LARRY BURT 
SAM COCHRAN SUE CORLEY 



LORRAINE CARROLL 
JIM DAVIDSON 



FRESHMEN 



BETTY DAVIS 
DENNIS EDGAR 



ALPHA DEAS 

FORREST EVANS 



FAYE DICKERSON DANIEL DOBBEN 
BERNARD GILLEY GLORIA HALL 



BRENT DRISKELL 
HARVEY HARKINS 




PAGE 58 




DON HARRIS 
MARY HOLDMAN 



FAYE HEAD PAT HELTON DANNY HINKLEY 

BOBBY HOLT ODTS HUFFSTUTLER DALE HUGHES 



MARTHA HODGES 
JACK HUGHES 



FRESHMEN 



CAROLYN JOHNSON LINDA JOHNSON 
ESTHER KALEM MAX KENT 



MARY JOHNSON 
JANE KING 



REGINA JOHNSON BARBARA JOSHLYN 
EDDIE LOU LEE DUDLEY LYTLE 




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PAT McCLURE 
JUDY MAXWELL 



SANDY McMILLAN ELMER MADDEN THOMAS MANNING LYNN MATHEWS 
CHARLOTTE MILLER LOMAN MILLER EMRY MILLICAN LEX MIXON 



FRESHMEN 



MARY MORRIS DON NICKOLSON CAROLYN O'NEAL ROBERT OWENS 

RICK PAINTER RONALD PEEPLES LINDA RIFFE JUDY ROSE 



JUDY PAINTER 
BARBARA RUTLAND 




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JAMES SHEALY 
JOEL STILL 



CAROLE SHIRES PRISCILLA SHORT JOHN SIMMONS 

TREASURE SWANSON BRENDA TALBERT BOBBY TAYLOR 



JTM. • 

ALICE STEPHENS 
REBA TAYLOR 



FRESHMEN 



PHIL TEMPLETON WINNIE TITUS LOIS TRADER BARBARA WALES NADINE WEBSTER 

ROSALIE WELCH RHEBA WELLBORN PAUL WESSON JUANITA WILSON LILLIE WOODARD 




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Left to right: Mary Core, Secretary; Darla Leatherberry, President; Jeanne Hall, Treasurer; "Chick" Cody, Vice-Presi- 
dent. 



HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS 



HOPE KINSER HALL 

Sponsor 




On the day of commencement, having now reached 
one of our plateaus in the climb to success, we can 
view the accomplishments of our years at Lee Academy 
with pride. We have shared profitable and fruitful hours 
together that will benefit us and the kingdom of God. 

After we think of days gone by, we turn our 
thoughts to our new goals before us. We all have the 
joy of knowing that the higher we climb, the farther 
we are from where we have been; and the closer we 
are to where we are going. 




ALMA CAROLYN AMMONS 

Lakeland, Florida 

Pioneers for Christ 4 
Home Economics 2, 3 



OHIN LEE BOWLES 

Potosi, Missouri 

Boys' Athletics Club 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Glee Club 4 



ROSE SHARON BOWLES 

Potosi, Missouri 

Vindagua Staff 4 
Beta Club 4 
Pioneers for Christ 4 
Girls' Athletics Club 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Volleyball 4 



SENIORS 



PHYLLIS JUNE BRUMMETT 
Miami, Florida 

Vindagua Staff 4 
Missions Club 4 
Girls' Athletics Club 4 
Alternate Cheerleader 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Volleyball 4 
Glee Club 4 



FRED "CHICK" CODY 

Biloxi, Mississippi 

Student Council 3 
Class President 2 
Class Vice-President 4 
Softball 3, 4 
Basketball 2, 4 
Football Manager 4 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4 



MARY CATHERINE CORE 

Covington, Louisiana 

Class Secretary 4 
Beta Club 4 
Pioneers for Christ 4 
Girls' Athletics Club 4 
Softball 1. 2, 4 
Basketball 4 
Captain 4 





YVONNE CORLEY 

Miami, Florida 

Vindagua Staff 4 
Pioneers for Christ 4 
Girls' Athletics Club 4 
Freshman Play 4 
Softball 4 
Campus Choir 4 



DORIS JEANETTE DENNISON 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

Who's Who 4 
Student Council 4 
Vindagua Staff 4 
Beta Club 4 
Pioneers for Christ 4 
Gir)s' Athletics Club 4 
Basketball 4 
Glee Club 4 



MARCUS PUSSELL 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Football 4 
Volleyball 4 
Glee Club 4 



SENIORS 



ALETHIA BELLE GOFF 

Everglades, Florida 

Beta Club 1, 2 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Volleyball 4 




SANDRA GRIFFITH CRUMLEY 

Cleveland, Tennessee 
Vindagua Staff 4 



JEANNIE HALL 

Miami, Florida 

Vindagua Staff 4 
Clarion Staff 4 
Class Treasurer 4 
Pioneers for Christ 4 
Girls' Athletics Club 4 
Cheerleader 4 
Basketball 4 
Campus Choir 4 





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JIM HALL 

Fort Lauderdale 



Florida 



Boys' Athletics Club 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Football 4 
Volleyball 4 




PEGGY HARTMAN 

Plains, Texas 

Pioneers for Christ 4 
Music Club 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Volleyball 4 
Glee Club 4 



CLAYTON DUANE HEIL 

St. Louis, Missouri 
Glee Club 4 



SENIORS 



JANICE RAE HUGHES 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

Who's Who 4 
Beta Club 4 
Forensic Club 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Freshman Flay 4 



KENNETH DAVID HUGHES 

Riviera Beach, Florida 

Pioneers for Christ 4 



JACKIE JOHNSON 
West Palm Beach, Florida 





MARILYN LOUISE LASHLEY 

Mansfield, Ohio 

Beta Club 4 
Pioneers for Christ 4 
Glee Club 4 



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DARLA KAY LEATHERBERRY 

Champaign, Illinois 

Student Leader 4 
Who's Who 4 
Welcoming Committee 4 
Class Vice-President 3 
Class President 4 
Beta Club 3, 4 

Vice-President 4 
Glee Club 3, 4 



MICHAEL LUCKY 

Naples, Florida 

Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Football 4 
Volleyball 4 
Glee Club 4 



SENIORS 



HUGH MORRIS 
Talladega, Alabama 

Boys' Athletics Club 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Football 4 
Glee Club 4 



RONA MARIE MORSE 
San Antonio, Texas 

Missions Club 4 
Home Economics 4 
Glee Club 4 



BETTYE JEAN MURRAY 

Cleveland, Tennessee 
Vindagua Staff 4 





MARY LU O'BANNON 

Fort Myers, Florida 

Missions Club 4 
Girls' Athletics Club 4 
Softball 4 
Basketball 4 
Volleyball 4 
Glee Club 4 



CAROL PARTON 

Cleveland, Tennessee 
Glee Club 4 



TOMMIE LYNN PFDIGO 

Independence, Kansas 

Class Secretary 3 

Girls' Athletics Club 3, 4 

Softball 4 

Basketball 4 

Volleyball 4 

Glee Club 3, 4 



SENIORS 



PATRICIA ANN ROBBINS 
Roswell, Georgia 

Student Council 1 
Pioneers for Christ 3 
Forensic Club 3 
Softball 2, 3 
Basketball 2, 3 
Glee Club 2, 3 
Operetta 3 



MICHAEL SALMON 
Odenton, Maryland 

Beta Club 3, 4 

President 4 
Boys' Athletics Club 3. 4 
Softball 3, 4 
Basketball 3, 4 
Football 3. 4 
Glee Club 3, 4 



FRED SPAIN 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

Boys' Athletics Club 2. 3, 4 
Softball 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 3, 4 
Football 2. 3. 4 
Glee Club 2 





BRENDA JUNE STEPP 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

Beta Club 4 
Pioneers for Christ 4 
Forensic Club 4 



JUDY STEWART 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

Missions Club 4 

Gu-ls' Athletics Club 1, 2 

Glee Club 1, 2, 4 



MARTHA ELLEN TATUM 

Cleveland, Tennessee 



SENIORS 



RITA JOYCE THOMAS 

Meadowview, Virginia 

Pioneers for Christ 4 
Home Economics 4 



Wrong, again: 





The future is bright for students 
of science . . . Brother Dennison's 
college chemistry class . . . 





The ministry of music . . . church 
music, public school teaching, music 
therapy need specialized musicians 
. . . A. T. Humphries' music theory 
class . . . 



Creations with a personal touch in- 
crease versatility in the college girl's 
wardrobe . . . Mrs. Beach's textile 
and clothing construction class . . . 




Left to right: Dot Addison, Vice-President; Larry McEachin, President; Evanclle Shoemaker, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Christine Waddell, Sponsor. 



HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS 




DOROTHY ADDISON 
SANDRA DAVIS 
CAROL MILLER 



ERLENE PHILLIPS 
DOUGLAS VANCE 
RILL WILSON 



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Guess who failed high school hiology! 



HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORES 



EVELYN GRESHAM 
LAVOY NEWTON 



CAROL HENRY LARRY McEACHIN JANNELLE MORGAN 

JULIA GUILLIN EVANELLE SHOEMAKER NAOMI WHEELER 




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RELIGIOUS 

EDUCATION 

JUNIORS 




IVY GATES 



DAVID SPATAFORE 



RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FRESHMEN 




Left to right: 

David Spatafore, President; 
Ivy Gates, Secretary-Treasurer 
Helen Symes, Sponsor. 



DAVID CAPEELE 
LLOYD HAZZARD 
CHARLES JENKINS 



LAVERN RODGERS 
EVERETTE SWACKHAMMER) 
JIMMY THARP 



SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 



CECIL ALLEN 
TEX ASBURY 
PALL BLOOMER 



MANUEL BONILLA 
JIMMY BOURLAND 
GARY BRANCH 



GERRELL BROWN 
GILES CHILDERS 
CARLOS DIAZ 



MARIA DIAZ 
LED GEE 
EARLDINE HAND 



BOBBY HANSHAW 
JUANITA HASFORD 
THAMAS HOLLINGSWORTH 




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SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS 




JIM HUDSON 
GERALD JOHNSON 
AARON JUDD 



DUANE LAMBERT 
ANN MAPLES 
EDWIN MESSER 



ALEAN MILLER 

EVEA LEA PENDERGRASS 

DORA ROGERS 



LAMAR ROSS 
EDWARD SHARP 
JOYCE SHOPE 



JOHN SIMS 
ANNETTE WOODS 
DAVID WOODSON 



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FEATURES 



"There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars: for 
one star differeth from another star in glory," I Corinthians 15:41. 



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BEST 
PERSONALITY 



VERNON PAUL 



CHARLOTTE MILLER 




MOST 
TALENTED 



JOE MUNCY 



BRENDA JOHNSON 



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WITTIEST 

EDDIE TANNER 
JUDY PAINTER 




TREASURE SWANSON 



G. A. SWANSON 



PAGE 90 



19 + WHO'S WHO + 61 



MRS. DOROTHY WHITE 

Junior College 



DORIS DENMSON 
High School 

JANICE HUGHES 

High School 

DARLA LEATHERBERRY 

High School 



BRAD CADDELL 
Bible College 

DAVID JACOBS 
Bible College 

HAROLD STEVENS 
Bible College 




PAGE 91 




JIMMY WOOD BRAD CADDELL 

Student Body President Student Body Vice-President 



PEGGY CREECH 

Student Body 
Secretary -Treasurer 



MARTHA SMITH 
Editor, "Vindagua" 



19 + STUDENT LEADERS + 61 




DARLENE HERNDON 

Editor "Clarion" 



AUBREY MAYE 

Chairman, Evangelism 
Committee 



ARNOLD THORNTON DARLA LEATHERBERRY 
President, Ministerial Club Beta Club 



BILL WOOTEN 

President, Pioneers for Christ 



JOE MUNCY LYNN STONE RONNIE DUCROO 

School of Music President, Phi Theta Kappa President, Forensic Club 




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ORGANIZATIONS 

'And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh 
, . . And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath," Acts 2:17, 19. 



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JIMMY WOOD 



STUDENT BODY PRESIDENT 



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The duties of the Student Body President arc 
many and varied. Greatly admired in the school, 
he serves as chairman of the Student Council and 
as student representative to the Discipline Committee. 
He is one of the members that makes up the back- 
bone of our student government. 






The Vice-President and the Secretary-Treasurer 
work hand in hand with the President to make 
student government move smoothly. These are hon- 
ored and responsible positions which are very 
capably filled. 



BRAD CADDELL 

Vice-President 



PEGGY CREECH 
Secretary-Treasurer 




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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



Seated: Brad Caddcll, Jimmy Wood, Peggy Creech. 

First row: Lonzo Kirkland, Betty Eversole, Brenda John- 
son, Judy Maxwell, Julia Guillen, Patsy Taylor, Teresa 
Peters. 

Second row: Sanford Hopkins, Bob Blackaby, Bill Wil- 
son, Robert Herrin, Tommy Manning. 

Sponsors: Elmer Odom and R. L. Piatt. 



The purpose of the Student Council 
. . . encourage student participation in 
school government . . . foster school 
pride and endeavors . . . promote fel- 
lowship . . . create better understand- 
ing and greater cooperation between 
students and faculty. 




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Seated: Peggy Creech, Stanley Butler, chairman; Nina 
Driggers. 

Standing: Charles Carpenter, Jimmy Wood, Brad Cad- 
dell, J. Herbert Walker, Jr. 



DISCIPLINE 



COMMITTEE 




The purpose of the Discipline Committee 
is strictly disciplinary . . . consists of 
three faculty members ... a moderator 
appointed by the school president . . . 
three student body officers. 



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PRESIDENT'S 
CABINET 



Left to right: Sanford Hopkins, Aubrey Maye, Jimmy 
Wood, Darlene Herndon, Robert Herrin. 



SOCIAL 
COMMITTEE 

Left to right: Lonzo Kirkland, "Bo" 
Herndon, Betty Robbins, Darlene Hern- 
don, chairman; Helen Anderson, Paul 
Wesson, Bernard Gilley. 




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CHAPEL 

PROGRAM 

COMMITTEE 



Left to right: Ronnie Ducroq, Janice 
Hughes, Robert Herrin, chairman; Mary 
Ruth Morris, Paul Gregory. 





EVANGELISM 
COMMITTEE 



Left to right: Arnold Thornton, Bill 
Wooten, Aubrey Maye, chairman; Joyce 
Williams, Kenneth Smith, Bob Blaekaby. 



PUBLIC 

RELATIONS 

COMMITTEE 



Left to right: Lynn Stone, Betty Robbins, 
Delcne Gibson, Sanford Hopkins, chair- 
man; Mary Smith, Mary Brannon, Bill 
Wilson. 



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THE 

1961 

VINDAGUA 




MARTHA ANN SMITH 
Editor 



MARY RUTH MORRIS 
Associate Editor 




Sponsors: 

LOIS BEACH 
MARVIN GOLDEN 
BEATRICE ODOM 



Staff: 

TED WOOLDRIDGE, artist 

CAROL SHIRES, copy editor 

SHARON BOWLES, typist 

BETTYE MURRAY, typist 

DONNIE SUMNER, campus 

photographer 




PAGE 100 






PHILIP MORRIS 

Business Manager 



It takes co-operation to meet those deadlines! 



Business Staff: 

HELEN ANDERSON 

DELENE GIBSON 

WANDA GORE 





LONZO KIRKLAND 
JUDY MAXWELL 
G. A. SWANSON 



PAGE 10; 




LORRAINE CARROLL 

Administration Editor 



PEGGY CREECH 

Features Editor 



ROBERT HERRIN 

Organization Editor 



LIGIA COLLAZO 
Bible College Editor 




ALICE STEPHENS 

Junior College Editor 



Associate Editors of the Viiidagua 




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LAZELLE WADDELL 

Clubs Editor 



LYNDA THARP 
Athletics Editor 



BETTY ROBBINS 
Snapshots Editor 



DORIS DENNISON 

Hi'jli School Editor 




MARY SMITH 

School of Music 
and Religious 
Education Editor 



Seated: Yvonne Corlcy, Associate Snapshots Editor; 
Jeannie Hall, Associate Features Editor. 
Standing: Janice Hughes, Associate Religious Education 
and School of Music Editor; Bonnie Lambert, Asso- 
ciate Clubs Editor; Phyllis Brummctt, Associate Ath- 
letics Editor; Alpha Deas, Associate Junior College 
Editor; Aline Adcock, Associate Bible College Editor; 
Dot Addison, Associate Administration Editor; Sandra 
Griffith Crumley, Associate High School Editor; Leah 
Weyandt, Associate Organizations Editor. 



The feeling of accomplishment in the finished "pro- 
duct," the 1961 Vindagua, more than compensates 
for all the rushed and sometimes toilsome hours spent 
in scheduling pictures, putting ideas into action, draw- 
ing layout plans, typing and retyping copy, and meet- 
ing those ever-present deadlines. Victories that only 
the Vindagua staff experiences, encouraged us on. Wc 
have all worked together to produce the 1961 Vindagua 
for your enjoyment. We hope you like it! 



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CLARION 



Editor 

DARLENE HERNDON 



Hard work goes into a good publication! 




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Assoc/flfc Editor 

MAX KENT 



Sponsor 
LeMOYNE SWIGER 



NEWS REPORTERS: Ernest Roberts, Wanda Gore, editor; 
Sue McGhee. 



FEATURE REPORTERS: Jack Hughes, Judy Maxwell, 
editor; Fayc Head. 




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SOCIETY REPORTERS: Betty Robbins, Mary Ruth 
Morris, Mary Smith, editor; Jeannie Hall, Delerte Gib- 
son. 



SPORTS REPORTERS: Fred Killman, Lazcllc Waddcll, 
"Bo" Herndon. 



Informal portrait of the Clarion staff. 




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SOUL-WINNER 




Editor 
G. A. SWANSON 



Associate Editor 
MARY BRANNON 



REPORTERS: Ronnie Ducroq, Esdras Bctancourt 



ARTIST: Treasure Swanson 




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TOURING CHOIR 



First roil'.- Leah Wcyandt, Wanda Frazier, Martha Short, Charlotte Mil- 
ler, Naomi Allen, Sue McGhee, Wanda Gore, Priscilla Short, Joan Paulk, 
Linda Cook, Patsy Taylor, Becky Bennett. 
Second row: Harvey Harkins, Dickie Davis, Tim Harris, Jim Breckenridge, 

Virgil Allen, Phillip Morris, Lynn Matthews, Joe Muncy, Ted Wooldridge, Lynn Stone, Garland Stout. 

Third row: Elaine Price, LaVone Allen, Helen Anderson, Mary Buth Morris, Barbara Klaus, Janet Taylor, Mary 

Smith, Delorcs Ellis, Bonnie Lambert, Brenda Johnson, Henrietta Pavvluk. 

Fourth row: Jim Sutton, Don Ellis, Don Bilderback, David Allen, Paul Gregory, Donnie Sumner, Brian Johnson, 

Grady Townsend, Loman Miller, Danny Hinkley, Sanford Hopkins, Tom Milligan. 



CAMPUS CHOIR 



Darlene Allen, Joan Paulk, Linda Cook, Regina Johnson, Lillie Woodard, 
Mary Buth Morris, Charlotte Miller, Annette Mathis, Janet Taylor, 
Yvonne Bennett, Wanda Gore, Priscilla Short, Rheba Wellborn, Martha 
Short, Naomi Allen, Rebecca Bennett, Sandra McMillan, Teresa Peters, 
Leah Weyandt, Martha Hodges, Judy Rose, Alary Holdman, Sue McGhee, Faye Head, Dclores Ellis, Wanda Frazier, 
Ruth May, LaVone Allen, Jeannie Hall, Yvonne Corley, Barbara Joshlyn, Sue Corley, Carolyn Ammons, Annette Stan- 
cill, Rosalie Welch, Bonnie Lambert, Barbara Klaus, Judy Maxwell, Betty Davis, Janet Cassidy, Linda Johnson, 
Alive Stephens, Ligia Collazo, Betty Bobbins, Lois Trader, Jan Arnett, Eddie Lou Lee, Helen Anderson, Jeannie 
Holmes, Pat McClure, Elaine Price. 










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ACCOMPANISTS: Mary Smith, pianist; Henrietta 
Pawluk, organist. 



DIRECTOR: A. T. Humphries 



Virgil Allen, Billy George, Bernard Gillcy, James Breekenridge, Paul Wesson, Joe Hodo, Lynn Stone, Harvey 
Harkins, Jack Hughes, Lynn Matthews, Paul Bolt, Dudley Lytle, David Capped, Dickie Davis, Philip Morris, Joe 
Muncy, Bill Wootcn, Tim Harris, Garland Stout, Gary Butcher, Joel Still, Sanford Hopkins, L. E. Wooten, Ted 
Wooldridge, Teddy Hall, Larry Benz, Paul Gregory, Don Nicholson, Don Ellis, Donnie Sumner, Max Kent, Loman 
Miller, Danny Hinkley, Jim Sutton, Kenneth Smith, Larry Burt, Jim Davidson, Dale Hughes, Tom Milligan, Fred- 
die Killman, Gene Croft, Harmon Roberts, David Allen, Vincent Parton, Don Bilderback, Grady Townsend, Brian 
Johnson, Don Hurst, Stanley McCarson. 



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First row: Evanelle Shoemaker, Doris Dennison, Rona Morse, Mary 
_ __ Lu O'Bannon, Darla Leatherberry, Pat Robbins. 

^^ V-* A\ LJ EL, Ivl i Q~» I I CJ I Fx Second row: Carol Parton, Naomi Wheeler, Marilyn Lashley, Tommie 

Pedigo, Sharon Bowles, Phyllis Brummett, Peggy Hartman. 
Third row: Terry Butler, Duane Heil, LaVoy Newton, Douglas Vance, Orin Bowles, Kenneth Hughes, "Chick" 
Cody, Larry McEachin. 



ROOSEVELT MILLER, Director 



WANDA RAMSEY, Accompanist 





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CONTINENTAL QUARTET 





SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO 



A CAPPELLA TRIO 



JANICE ANDERSON 



SOLOISTS 



TEDDY HALL 



ROBERT HERRIN 



BRIAN JOHNSON 




PAGE 




CHAPEL USHERS 

JACK HUGHES 
DON HURST 
FRED KILLMAN 
BRIAN JOHNSON 
KENNETH SMITH 
ELMER ODOM, Sponsor 



DORMITORY SUPERVISORS 

Seated: Vonceil Smith, Girls' Dormitories; Lorena Hathcoclc, Simmons Hall; Mary Lou Wiles, Nora Chambers Hall. 
Standing: W. P. Cornwell, Walker Hall; Brad Caddell, Assistant, Walker Hall; Honette and Evaline Echols, Tharp 
Hall. 




PAGE 1 12 




CLUBS 



'He appointed the moon for seasons," Psalm 104:19. 



PAGE 1 1 3 




BETA CLUB 



MOTTO: "Let us lead by serving others." 




President MIKE SALMON 



Secretary-Treasurer DARLA LEATHERBERRY 



Sponsor .. .. STANLEY BUTLER 



PAGE 1 1 4 




PHI THETA KAPPA 



MOTTO: "Wisdom, Aspiration, Purity 



President LYNN STONE 



Vice-President TOMMY BALDWIN 



Secretary-Treasurer .. . PEGGY CREECH 



Sponsor 



J. HERBERT WALKER, JR. 




PAGE 1 1 5 




MINISTERIAL 



MOTTO: "Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel," Mark 16:15. 



W^TKfSI 









President ARNOLD THORNTON 



Vice-President BILL THOMPSON 



Secretary _ TRAVIS PORTER 



Treasurer ERNEST BLACK 



Sponsor DONALD GIBSON 



PAGE 1 1 6 




MUSIC 



MOTTO: "Music — the art of happy living." 



President 



Vice-President 



Secretary-Treasurer 



TEDDY HALL 



BRIAN JOHNSON 



BRENDA JOHNSON 



Sponsor A. T. HUMPHRIES 








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MISSIONS 



MOTTO: "To the regions beyond. 




President ... .... KENNETH SMITH 

Vice-President - - JOYCE WILLIAMS 

Secretory-Treasurer .. .. LIGIA COLLAZO 

Sponsor AVIS SWIGER 



PAGE 1 1 8 




PIONEERS FOR CHRIST 



MOTTO: "He that winneth souls is wise,'' Proverbs 11:30. 



President „ ..._ BILL WOOTEN 

Vice-Presidents .. .. AUBREY MAYE 

BOB BLACKABY 

Secretary DELENE GIBSON 

Treasurer KAREN LILLY 

Sponsors CHARLES BEACH 

PEGGY HUMPHREY 

MILTON HAY 

HOWARD HANCOCK 




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MINISTERS' WIVES 



MOTTO: "She serveth best who loveth best. 




President JEAN WILSON 

Vice-President RITA RAMSEY 

Secretary-Treasurer .. SHELBY STEVENS 

Sponsors .. MRS. CHARLES W. CONN 

MRS. W. J. DOBBEN 



PAGE 120 




HOME ECONOMICS 



MOTTO: "Homemaking is the art of living. 



President LYNDA THARP 



Vice-President BRENDA TALBERT 



Secretary-Treasurer __ BETTY ROBBINS 



Sponsor LOIS BEACH 




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GIRLS' ATHLETICS 



MOTTO: "A player's reputation as a good sportsman cannot be purchased. 




President - SUE McGHEE 



Vice-President - LAZELLE WADDELL 



Secretary-Treasurer - WANDA RAMSEY 



Sponsor _ HOPE HALL 



PAGE 122 




BOYS' ATHLETICS 



MOTTO: "On the fields of friendly strife, one is preparing for the trials of life. 



President DICKIE DAVIS 



Vice-President BO HERNDON 



Secretary-Treasurer . STANLEY McCARSON 



Sponsor HUBERT BLACK 




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FORENSIC 



MOTTO: "A word fitly spoken is like apples of gold in pictures of silver. 




President - 



RONNIE DUCROQ 



Vice-President .. .. . JEANNIE HOLMES 



Secretary-Treasw 



PRISCILLA FOSHEE 



Sponsor _. .. CHARLES CARPENTER 



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STUDENT NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



MOTTO: "Dare something worthy." 



President MARTHA SMITH 



Vice-President KAREN LILLY 



Secretary-Treasurer - IVY GATES 



Chaplain MERVIN SHREVE 



Sponsor ... TERRELL McBRAYER 




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FACULTY AND STAFF 



MOTTO: "Unity through fellowship' 




President STANLEY BUTLER 



Vice-President DONALD GIBSON 



Secretary-Treasurer _. .. PEGGY HUMPHREY 



PAGE 126 




ATHLETICS 



'Is not God in the height of heaven? and behold the height of the stars, how high they are!" Job 22:12. 



PAGE 127 



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Boys' Athletic Director 





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R. C. Muncv, veteran referee of Lee Games. 




A well-placed shot by a Dragon deserves a rousing 
cheer! 





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PAGE 130 





VARSITY. 



COLLEGE 






DENNIS CARTWR1GHT 




BERNARD GILLEY 




DON JENKINS 




RILL LOVELADY 

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BO" HERNDON 




FREDDIE KILLMAN 




STANLEY McCARSON 




DALE HUGHES 




DUDLEY LYTLE 




LOMAN MILLER 




-VARSITY- 
HIGH SCHOOL 





OK IN BOWLES 





LARRY BURT 



"(HICK" CODY 




MARCUS FUSSELL 






JIMMY HALL 



MICKEY LUCKY 



HUGH MORSE 






MIKE SALMON 



FRED SPAIN 



GENE WOODARD 



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SENIORS 



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Kneeling: Coach Butler 

Standing: Mike Salmon, Mickey Lucky, "Chick" Cody, 
Fred Spain, Orin Bowles, Jimmy Hall, Hugh Morse, 
Marcus Fussell. 



BASKETBALL 



Left to right: Paul Johnson, Robert Johnson, Bobby 
Hanshaw, Morrell Upchurch, Donald Carey. 



BIBLE 
COLLEGE 



Kneeling: Brad Caddcll 

Standing: Bill Thompson, Harold Stevens, 

Travis Pcrter, David Jacobs. 



FRESHMEN 



Left to right: Aaron Judd, Ronnie Blazier, 
Grady Townscnd, Danny Dobbcn, Elmer 
Madden. 



SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 



Kneeling: Don Ellis, Sanford Hopkins, Tim 
Harris, Jim Sutton. 

Standing: Donnie Sumner, Brian Johnson, 
Grady Tovvnsend, Paul Gregory. 





FRESHMEN 



Left to right: Danny Hinkley, Ronnie Blazicr, Paul 
Bolt, Jim Davidson, Dennis Edgar, Dan Dobbcn, Loman 
Miller. 




FOOTBALL 



SENIORS 



First row: "Bo" Herndon, Robert Johnson, Jack Hughes, 
l 3 aul Johnson, LeBron Free, Stan McCarson. 
Second row: Gene Woodard, Ronnie Peeples, Freddie 
killman, L. E. Wooten. 










H IGH SCHOOL 



First row: Grady Townscnd, Mickey Lucky, Fred Spain, 
Jimmy Hall, Donnie Harris. 

Second row: Mike Salmon, Levoy Bennett, Hugh Morse, 
Marcus Fussell. 



MANAGERS 

'Chick" Cody and Larry McEachin 



REFEREES 

Left to right: Coach Butler, Coach Black, Coach Walkei 





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SENIORS 




First row: Robert Johnson, Stan McCarson, Jack Hughes, 

Don Carey. 

Second row: Gene Woodard, LeBron Free, Freddie 

[{oilman, Morrell Upchurch, Paul Johnson, Ronnie 

Peeples. 



SOFTBALL 



FRESHMEN 



Kneeling: Bernard Gilley, Dudley Lytle. 
Standing: Neal Evans, Danny Dobben, Jim Davidson, 
Dale Hughes, Don Jenkins, Ronnie Blazier, Dennis 
Edgar, Harvey Harkins. 








HIGH SCHOOL 



Kneeling: Mike Salmon, Marcus Fusscll. 
Standing: "Chick" Cody, LaVoy Newton, Donnie Har- 
ris, Hugh Morse, Jimmy Hall. 






Intramural games provide stimulating activities for everyone. 




+ PING-PONG CHAMPS + 



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JIMMY BOURLAND 



SUE McGHEE 



RUNNERS-UP 





BRAD CADDELL 



REBA CHESSER 



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Robert joiinson 



Doubles: JIMMY BOURLAND and BRAD CADDELL 



RUNNERS-UP 





BRAD CADDELL 



Doubles: MERVIN SHREVE and TOE HODO 



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GIRLS' 
SOFTBALL 



FRESHMEN 

Back to front: Delores Ellis, Jane King, 
Judy Painter, Eddie Lee, Jan Arnett, Lavone 
Allen, Barbara Joshlyn, Yvonne Corley, 
Alice Stephens, Lois Trader, Nadene Web- 
ster, Charlotte Miller, Barbara Klaus. 



HIGH SCHOOL 

Kneeling: Tommie Pedigo 

Standing: Jackie Johnson, Dot Addison, 

Mary O'Bannon, Peggy Hartman, Sharon 

Bowles, Jcannie Hall, Phyllis Brummett, 

Doris Dennison, Evanelle Shoemaker, Mary 

Core. 



SENIORS 

Clockwise: Roxie Carr, Betty Robbins, Sue 
McGhee, Wanda Gore, Lazelle Waddell, 
Jeannic Holmes, J a n i e Jarrell, Martha 
Short, Reba Chesser, Pat Helton. 




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'-it COLLEGE 



SENIORS 



Seated: Reba Cliesscr, Sue McGhee. 

Standing: Lynda Tharp, Jean Dickenson, Pat Helton, 

Roxie Carr, Martha Short, Betty Robbins. 




GIRLS' BASKETBALL 



FRESHMEN 



Seated: Lillie Woodard, Fayc Head, Judy Painter. 
Standing: Sharon Bowles, Linda Johnson, Pat Helton. 





H IGH SCHOOL 



Left to right: Dot Addison, Mary Core, Jeannie Hall, 
Peggy Hartman, Phyllis Brummett, Mary O'Bannon. 



Kneeling: Mary Smith 

Standing: Leah Weyandt, Barbara Klaus, Janet Taylor, 

Naomi Allen. 



SCHOOL OF MUSIC 





VOLLEYBALL 



FRESHMEN 

Left to right: Lillie Woodard, Linda John- 
son, Sharon Bowks, Pat Helton, Judy Paint- 
er, Faye Head. 



HIGH SCHOOL 

Kneeling: Phyllis Brummett, Peggy Hart- 
man, Tcmmie Pcdigo, Doris Dennison, 
Mary Core. 

Standing: Dot Addison, Jeannie Hall, Er- 
lene Phillips, Midge Goff. 



SENIORS 

Left to right: Roxie Carr, Sue McGhee, 
Reba Chesser, Martha Short, Peggy Creech. 




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Repairs and 
improvements. 



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Welcome to Lee! 



BUlBm 

Those long, long lines! 



FIRST ROW: Peggy Humphrey, Darla Leatherberry, Jeanie Holmes, Janie Jarrell, Helen Anderson, Jimmy Wood. 
SECOND ROW: Pat Robbins, Lazelle Waddell, Ligia Collazo, Peggy Creech, Mary Smith. THIRD ROW: Patsy 
Taylor, Betty Robbins, Wanda Ramsey, Sue McGhee. FOURTH ROW: Delene Gibson, Karen Lilly, Joyce Williams, 
Martha Smith, Roland Herndon. FIFTH ROW: Brad Caddell, David Painter, Robert Blackaby. SIXTH ROW: Ron- 
ald Ducroq, Joe Muncy, Aubrey Mayc, Robert Herrin. 




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THINGS 




The Reverend Fred R. Spain 
Subject: "A Choice of Ideals," Hc- 
brews 11:25-27. 



The Reverend Cecil B. Knight 
Siit>jcct: "What's Your Mission?" St. 
John 18:37. 



The Reverend Charles W. Conn 
Subject: "God's Contrast," Romans 
6:23. 




The Reverend James A. Cross 
Subject: "The Conquering Power of 
the Cross," 1 Corinthians 1:18. 



Lewis /. Willis, Chairman, Board of 
Directors, greets the President, Ray H. 
Hushes, during Inauguration. 





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Illh niYFJU:\l) L1NDSEY F. PRATT, SPEAKER 



CAMPUS CHOIR IH/R1NG THE REVIVAL 




I HI CA1 1 WAS GIVEN 



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IGahflrers 




Dedication of the Campus Choir. 




P. F. C. Street Service, Main Street, U.S.A. 




"Suffer the little (Mexican) children to come unto me. 



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Easter Cantata: "The Seven Last Words of Christ." 



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around here . . ." 



2. My clog Alice has a flea! 

3. Time for Vespers. 

4. Hi, Handsome? 

5. Check that hairdo! 

6. Howard, you didn't tell us . . . 

7. Twins? Nope! 

8. Here we are hoys! 

9. Ready, set, go! 

10. Don't cry, it's only a fish! 

11. Guess who? 

12. Poor little worm! 

.3. Philip and Mary Ruth Morris? 

14. And away we go . . . 

15. The line-up . . . 

6. Where are you going, Janie? 

7. Some chaperons . . . 

8. How about some candy, Mom? 

9. Who needs beauty? 
0. Roommates . . . 





ADVERTISING 



"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork 
hath he set a tabernacle for the sun," Psalm 19:1, 4. 



In them 



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Alabama State Council 

Standing left to right: Kyle K. Adams, H. T. Statum, B. A. Brown, W. T. Rogers, F. M. Sides, A. V. Coker 
Seated left to right: L. J. Weeks, D. A. Biggs, State Overseer; W. L. Williamson, A. L. Burroughs 




Students From the Yellowhammer State 



CALIFORNIA 



L. W. Mclntyre, Overseer 



Fred G. Swank, Youth Director 



THE CHURCHES OF GOD IN CALIFORNIA SALUTE 
THE CLASS OF 1961 




Students From the Golden State 



GREETINGS FROM: 



GEORGIA 




Georgia State Council 



Left to right: J. L. McCoy, T. W. Waits, N. C. Ridgeway, W. J. Cothern, Leon Phillips, W. M. Pratt, H. B. Ramsey, 
State Overseer; Clarence Busby, State Secretary-Treasurer; Wallace Swilley, State Youth Director; J. Frank Spivey, W. H. 
Gann, J. D. Bright 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 



CLASS OF 1961 



From the ministers and laymen of the Church of God in 



GEORGIA 



Students From the Cracker State 





Sponsors of the Annual 
"GEORGIA DAY" 






ILLINOIS 



C. M. Jinkerson 
State Overseer 





Illinois State Ministers' Meeting 




Students From the Prairie State 



KENTUCKY 




Students From the Blue Grass State 




Kentucky State Council 



Left to right: W. G. Beavers, W. C. Mauldin, Youth Director; T. L. Forester, State Overseer: Elmer Whalen, Secretary- 
Treasurer; R. E. Worley, W. E. Holcombc, Carl Cox, Ed Denham, J. H. Chamberlain, E. W. Garden, E. C. Campbell, 
Carlie Horn 



MICHIGAN 




MICHIGAN STATE COUNCIL 

Seated left to right: Luther Turner, Floyd Timmcrman, State Overseer; O. W. Polen 

Standing left to right: E. E. Winters, LaVail Maguire, Ralph E. Day, N. A. Jordan, S. E. Jennings 




Students From the Wolverine State 



NORTH CAROLINA 




NORTH CAROLINA STATE COUNCIL 

Seated: John L. Byrd, State Overseer 
Standing left to right: Ray Collins, G. E. Weatherby, S. W. Avery, H. D. Sustar, W. C. Lambert, G. F. Carter, J. R. 
Easom, R. P. Fields 




Students From the Tarheel State 



Enroll at Northwest Bible College 





Paul H. Walker 
President 



and 




Laud O. Va ught 
Vice-President 



INVITE YOU TO ENROLL AT NORTHWEST BIBLE COLLEGE AND ENJOY: 

1. THE CHALLENGE OF THE NORTH 

2. WARM CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 

3. GOOD WORK OPPORTUNITIES 

4. HIGH ACADEMIC STANDARDS 

5. MODERN CAMPUS 



SCHOLARSHIPS 






DEPARTMENTS 


Academic 






Liberal Arts 


Ministerial 






Religion 


Work 






Music 
Commerce 


WRITE TO: 


Registrar 






Box 


509 





Minot, North Dakota 



OHIO 




F. W. GOFF 
Overseer 



C. Milton Parsons 
State Youth Director 





Students From the Buckeye State 



GREETINGS FROM: 



SOUTH CAROLINA 




Students From the Palmetto State 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 



CLASS OF 1961 



From the ministers and laymen of the Church of God in 



SOUTH CAROLINA 



Rev. B. E. Ellis 
State Overseer 



Rev. Thomas Grassano 
State Youth Director 



TENNESSEE 






Leonard Town ley 
Youth Director 



Earl P. Paulk, Sr. 
State Overseer 



Kenneth Harvell 

Secretary-Treasurer 




Students From the Volunteer State 



TEXAS 




P. H. McCarn 
State Overseer 



Mac Symes 
Youth Director 





Students From the Lone Star State 



VIRGINIA 




Virginia State Council 




Students From the Old Dominion State 
James L. Slay, Overseer Paul Eure, Youth Director 



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CHURCH OF GOD PUBLISHING HOUSE 



PATHWAY PRESS 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



CHURCH OF GOD 

Foreign Missions 
Department 



L. H. Aultman 

Executive Secretary 





Extends 



Congratulations to 

The Class of 

1961 



C. R. Spain 

Field Representative 





D. A. BIGGS 
Overseer of Alabama 



W. E. JOHNSON 

Chairman of the Board 
Pastor, Greenville, S. C. 




S. E. JENNINGS 

Pastor, Ferndale, Michigan 







T. L. FORESTER 
Overseer of Kentucky 



J. D. BRIGHT 
Pastor, Atlanta, Georgia 



HOUSTON R. MOREHEAD 
Overseer of Florida 



H. B. RAMSEY 
Overseer of Georgia 



The Sunday School and Youth Department 




OF THE 




iuirch oi God 



Cecil B. Knight 

National Sunday School and 
Youth Director 

Donald S. Aultman 

Assistant National Sunday 

School and Youth Director 








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WALLACE SWILLEY, JR. PAUL HENSON CLYNE W. BUXTON HOLLIS GREEN 

J. MARTIN BALDREE, JR. RALPH W. DAY LEWIS J. WILLIS 



We Educate Our Youth at 
LEE COLLEGE 



Church of God 

North Birmingham 

Alabama 



Church of God 

Pocomoke City 

Maryland 



Church of God 

Nassau 

Bahamas 



Church of God 

Pike Street 

Pontiac, Michigan 



Church of God 

Chokoloskee 

Florida 



Church of God 

West Flint 

Michigan 



Church of God 

Okeechobee 

Florida 



Church of God 

9th and Gibbs Streets 

Canton, Ohio 



Church of God 

Pensacola 

Florida 



Church of God 

Clayton Street 

Middletown, Ohio 



Church of God 

De Kalb 

Illinois 



Church of God 

Woodside Avenue 

Greenville, South Carolina 



Church of God 

Summit 

Illinois 



Church of God 

Langley 
South Carolina 



Church of God 

Highland Park 

Louisville, Kentuckv 



Church of God 
Sale Creek 
Tennessee 



Church of God 

Crisfield 

Maryland 



Church of God 
Sevierville 
Tennessee 



Church of God 

Easton 

Maryland 



Church of God 

Denver City 

Texas 



H. L. Rose 
State Overseer 




ARKANSAS 



Jim Madison 
C. E. Sturch 



Vergil Weathers 
Carl E. Cody 



J. P. Simms 
Barrel 1 Froud 




Students From the "Land of Opportunity" 



DEL. - MAR. -V A. and D. C 




W. J. Brown 
State Overseer 



E. M. Abbott 
Youth Direetoi 




FLORIDA 




Students From the "Land of Sunshine" 
Houston R. Morehead, Overseer Philemon Roberts, Youth Director 







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INDIANA 



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David L. Lemons 
State Overseer 



Donald M. Walker 
Youth Director 





Student From the Hoosier State 



LOUISIANA 




A. V. Beaube, Overseer 



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Students From the Pelican State 

Floyd D. Carey, Jr., Youth Director 



MISSISSIPPI 




John Smith 

State Overseer 



Paul Henson 
Youth Director 




Students From the Magnolia State 



MISSOURI 




Students From the "Show Me" State 
W. P. Stallings, Overseer Bob Rose, Youth Director 



OKLAHOMA 





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Oklahoma State Council 

Standing left to right: W. W. Yoder, 
A. E. Underwood, D. Vance 
Seated: W. J. Millwood, E. T. Curt- 
singer, A. G. Thompson, Overseer 
Left: S. S. Horstick, Youth Director 




Students From the Sooner State 



PENNSYLVANIA 

James A. Stephens, Overseer Neil Stone, Youth Directo 




Pennsylvania State Council 



Students From the Keystone State 



Church Phone 
GR 6-628 



Residence Phone 
GR 2-4162 




NORTH CLEVELAND CHURCH OF GOD 
WELCOMES YOU 

"Thy way, O God, is in the sanctuary," Psalm 77:13. 




ROOSEVELT MILLER 
Music Director 



T. A. PERKINS 
Pastor 



335 11th Street, N.E. 





Compliments of 



CLEVELAND ELECTRIC SYSTEM 




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TOBY'S FOOD STORE 

Quality Meats - Fresh Fruits - Groceries 

275 Edwards, N. E. 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 




Magic Chef 

V Magic Chef ^' 

Mae-ic Chef 




CLEVELAND 



TENNESSEE 



CLEVELAND NATIONAL BANK 



Established 188 6 



Federal Reserve System 



Member Federal Reserve Deposit Insurance 



Corporation 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



HIWASSEE BRANCH 



CHARLESTON, TENNESSEE 






Compliments of 



CLEVELAND NATURAL GAS COMPANY 



CLEAN 



FAST 



ECONOMICAL 



42 3 North Ocoee Street 



Phone: GR 2-1941 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Congratulations to the Class of 1961 



Compliments of 



Compliments of 



SNACK HOUSE NUMBER 2 



DOOLEY'S DRUG STORE 



The Rexall Store 



Downtown at Five Points 



Ed Dooley, Proprietor 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Free Delivery 



Where Lee College students meet 



Prescription called for and delivered 



Phone: GR 2-1021 



Phone: GR 6-5516 



Cleveland, Tennessee 



BRADLEY MOTOR 



Compliments of 



COMPANY 



MERCHANTS BANK 



CHEVROLET 



TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 



FOR COMPLETE 



Chevrolet Sales and Service 



Phone: GR 6-6571 



2 60 Inman Street 



BANKING SERVICE 



Main Office Drive-in Branch 



Ocoee Street 191 Church Street, N.E. 



Member 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



CLEVELAND 



CLEVELAND FEDERAL 



BANK AND TRUST COMPANY 



SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



Member of 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Fike Building 



CHECKING ACCOUNTS 



SAVINGS, LOANS, AND TRUSTS 



Where yon save does make 



Use our West Inman Street Branch for convenient 



a difference 



Drive-in facilities. 



Phone: GR 6-4521 



We are ready to serve you 



C. C. CARD 



AUTO COMPANY, INC. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 




Ford Sales and Service 



Phone: GR 2-15 52 



to the Class of 1961 



from the 



Ministers and Laymen of the Church of God 



12 5 Inman Street, N.E. 



WEST VIRGINIA 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 
THE CHURCH OF GOD 



in 



COLORADO 

AND 

UTAH 




JAMES R. RAY 

State Overseer 



Bill Parson 
Youth Director 



Congratulations to the Class of 1961 
From 

WASHINGTON 




Washington Youth Board 

Left to right: Tommy Harper, State Overseer; Bob Moore, Youth 
Director; J. R. Roper, Leo E. Smith, W. C. Rampv 




Grow Them Wisely 

TREE CROPS MEAN PROFITS 

Establish a Tree Farm 
For Advice and Assistance 

CONTACT 

Hiwassee Land Company 

Etowah, Tennessee Phone: AM 3-2768 

Groiving and Buying Pulpwood for 
BOWATERS SOUTHERN PAPER CORPORATION 



New Village Store Opening in August, 1961 

J. D. HARSHBARGER, Manager 

Dry Goods - Notions - Shoes - Clothing 

Ready-to-Wear - Furnishings 

Phone: GR 6-4561 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



MOORE'S AND FIVE POINT 
PHARMACY 

Where yon are always welcome 

Phone: GR 2-453 8 

Phone: GR 6-6521 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



COOKE'S FOOD STORE 



CHATTANOOGA FISHERIES 



On the Square 



Free Delivery 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



3 38 E. 10th Street 



CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 



MARIE'S 

Flowers and Gifts 

390 Church Street, N. E. 

Phone: GR 6-5591 



Compliments of 



Penney's 



Cleveland's Newest and Finest 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Always First Quality 



HARDWICK'S 



ABEL'S INC. 



RETAIL STORE 

Clothes for College 

Men and Women 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Formerly Abel Hardware Company 

Furniture and Hardware 

Phone: GR 6-5531 

5 5 First Street, N.W. 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



THE 

HOBBY MART 

Photographic and Hobby Craft 
Supplies 

17 Broad Street, N. W. 
Phone: GR 2-6461 



PARKS-BELK COMPANY 



Cleveland's Largest Department Store 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



JACK'S CENTRAL AVENUE 
LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 

Our Customers Wear 
the Cleanest Clothes in Town 

It is a genuine pleasure to 
serve your college. 

480 Central Avenue, N.E. 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Where Courtesy and Service 
Are Tradition 




CHATTANOOGA 



TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

CALLAWAY GROCERY 

Fourth Generation of serving Cleveland and 

Bradley County 

Ocoee Street 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



WOOLWORTH'S 



Cleveland's Largest 



5c - 10c - 25c Store 



Ocoee Street 



For the Best in School Supplies 



Compliments of 



COOPER'S BOOK STORE 



Phone: GR 2-2831 



CLEVELAND CLOTH STORE 

Church Street, N. E. 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

APLER SHOE STORE 

(Shoes for the Young at Heart) 

280 Ocoee Street 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



THRIFTY SHOP 

The Store of Values 

Ladies' Apparel 
260 Ocoee, N. W. 



THE SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. 

Paint — Wallpaper — Venetian Blinds 

Art Supplies — Windoiv Shades 

Phone: GR 6-5564 

65 Ocoee Street, N.W. 



Compliments of 



PINION JEWELRY COMPANY 



Cherokee Hotel Corner 



WOOD'S JEWELERS 

Wood's for Diamonds 

73 Ocoee Street, N.W. 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

GRABER'S STORE, INC. 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 
Phone: GR 2-5592 



WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE 

BATTERIES TIRES TUBES RADIOS 

C. E. DARKUS 

70 Church Street Phone: GR 6-43 61 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 



W. O. HORNER & SON JEWELRY 



Compliments of 

NOREBA'S BEAUTY SHOP 

Reba Sellers — Owner 
233 , /2 Broad, N. W. Phone: GR 6-7931 



MARTIN-THOMPSON CO. 

Sporting Goods 

Wholesale-Retail 

706 Cherry Street 

CHATTANOOGA 2, TENNESSEE 



LOOKOUT SPORTING GOODS 
COMPANY 

Specialists in Sports 

72 3 Cherry Street 

Phone: AM 5-3464 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

LAWSON'S FASHION CENTER 

150 Ocoee Street 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 
Home of Nationally Advertised Merchandise 



BAILEY MUSIC CO. 

Musicians' Headquarters 
619 Cherry Street 
CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 

TOWN AND COUNTRY 
RESTAURANT 

Cleveland's Finest 
Highway 64, one block east of 

Highway 1 1 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



INGLE BANANA COMPANY 

Wholesale Only 

Terms: Net Cash 

Bananas, Fresh Fruits, and Vegetables 

73 8 East 11th Street 

Phone: AM 7-7136 

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE 



GRIGSBY'S 
BOYS' CENTER 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 

Boys' Clothing Headquarters 



Compliments of 



CALLAWAY MOTORS, INC. 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



JONES FLOWER SHOP 

When you say it ivith floivers 

Say it with ours! 

172 1st. Street, N.E. 

Phone: GR 6-7524 Cleveland, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

TEAGUE'S BEAUTY SHOP 

224 Ocoee Street 
Phone: GR 2-1862 Cleveland, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

DRAPER AND DARWIN 

22 Ocoee Street 
Phone: GR 2-92 37 Cleveland, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

CHEROKEE LAND, INC. 

Complete Realty Services 

430 N. Ocoee Street 

Phone: GR 2-1571 Cleveland, Tennessee 






Tops in Insurance 



Compliments of 

BAR B - Q HUT 

For Better Sandivicbes 

J. E. Parks, Proprietor 

S. Lee Highway Cleveland, Tennessee 



BURGER BAR 

Home of the Big Daddy Burger 

230 Central Avenue 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 

Mr. and Mrs. Lytle Cox 



Compliments of 

MURRAY'S FURNITURE CO. 

Central Avenue 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



LITTLE PIG 

Sandwiches, Drinks, Milk Shakes 
Sodas and Malts 
S. Lee Highway Cleveland, Tennessee 



RADIO SALES AND FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Furnishings 

Westinghouse Appliances 

Television Headquarters 

80 Second Street, N. E. 

Phone: GR 2-5651 Cleveland, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

TOWN HOUSE RESTAURANT 

22 3 Broad Street 
CLEVELAND TENNESSEE 



CLEVELAND OUTLET STORE 

Quality Merchandise at prices you 

like to pxy 

Central Avenue 

Phone: GR 2-1811 Cleveland, Tennessee 



Compliments of 



CHANDLER'S FABRIC SHOP 



CLEVELAND 



TENNESSEE 



McDARIS BROTHERS 



Clothiers 



CLEVELAND 



TENNESSEE 



THE PERSONAL CARD SHOP 

Where Friends Meet 

Greeting cards for all occasions 

Gifts, Bibles, Stationery 

Party invitations and social monogr'imming 

75 Central Avenue, Cleveland, Tennessee 



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GOULDS 

Luggage Shop 

823 Broad Street 

Phone: AM 6-5051 Chattanooga, Tennessee 



Congratulations to the Class of 1961 

from the State Office, Ministers, and 

laymen of the Churches of God in 

ALASKA 

Millard L. Cowdell, State Overseer 



Congratulations and Best 
Wishes to the Class of 1961 
from the Churches of God in 



NEBRASKA 



Ray T. Hill 
State Overseer 



Gale Barnett 

State Sunday School and 

Youth Director 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS of 1961 

T. H. PAYNE COMPANY 

Office Outfitters Stationers 

821 Market Street Chattanooga's Oldest Store Chattanooga, Tennessee 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS of 1961 

CHURCH OF GOD 

1237 N. E. 4th Avenue 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

The Friendly Church in the Venice of America 



C. D. Harris, Pastor 



The 1960-'61 school year has ended, and we hope happy memories will be stirred as you leaf 
through the 1961 Vindagua. However, this yearbook would not have been possible without the 
help and cooperation of many, who have given untiringly of their time, efforts, and understanding. 

Special thanks go to our sponsors, Mrs. Lois Beach, Mrs. Beatrice Odom, and Marvin Golden, 
for their guidance, counsel, and encouragement during the time we were working on the book. Al- 
ways they were willing to spend extra hours making phone calls, checking on the dummy, work- 
ing with copy, and straightening out difficulties in general. Their kind assistance is greatly appre- 
ciated. 

We appreciate also the fine cooperation of the administration and faculty for their interest. 
The teachers often had reason to complain when their classes were interrupted bv picture ap- 
pointments — but they seemed to understand that deadlines had to be met, regardless of the diffi- 
culties. 

Our photographer, Lavon Riley of Athens, Tennessee, was very cooperative in taking pictures. 
Many times he came at his inconvenience to be of service to us. 

Southern Photo Process Engraving Company of Atlanta, Georgia, has worked hand in hand 
with the staff in preparing the engravings used in the annual. The personnel of the Church of 
God Publishing House, as always, have done a commendable job of printing the book. 

In short, we just say, "Thank you," to everyone who had a part, large or small, in making 
the 1961 Vindagua what it is. 

— Martha Smith, Editor. 



TEACHERS' DIRECTORY 



CHARLES BEACH— B.S., University of Tennessee, 
Lee College; M.A., University of Tennessee; Graduate 
work, University of Paris 

LOIS BEACH— B.S., University of Tennessee, Camp- 
bell College; M.S., University of Tennessee; Graduate 
work, University of Paris, University of Georgia, East 
Tennessee State College, Texas Woman's University 

HUBERT BLACK— B.S., Jacksonville State Teachers 
College; M. Ed., University of Chattanooga 

STANLEY BUTLER— B.S., Jacksonville State Teachers 
College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; 
Ed. S., George Peabody College for Teachers; Graduate 
work, George Peabody College for Teachers 

CHARLES CARPENTER— B. A., Oglethorpe University, 
Lee College; B.D., Emory University 

JOHN CASALE— Studied with Maestro Guiseppc Bi- 
lancia, Barone Michele Deodato (Catania, Italy), and 
Edouard Detheir (Institute of Musical Art, New York), 
Professor Emeritus, University of Chattanooga 

CLIFFORD DENNISON— A.B., Marshall College, Lee 
College; Graduate work, University of North Carolina, 
Marshall College, University of Tennessee 

NINA DRIGGERS— A.B., Asbury College; M.A., George 
Peabody College for Teachers, University of Tennessee 

R. HOLLIS GAUSE, JR.— A.B., Presbyterian College, 
Emmanuel College; B.D., Columbia Theological Semi- 
nary 

DONALD B. GIBSON— B.S., Limestone College; B.A., 
Lee College; M.A., Drake University 

HOPE KINSER HALL— B.S., Tennessee Wesleyan Col- 
lege, Lee College, University of Chattanooga, Univer- 
sity of Tennessee 

PEGGY HUMPHREY— B.S., Bob Jones University; 
Graduate work, Michigan State University 



Handley (Detroit Conservatory), and Mrs. Robert 
Schwartz (Chattanooga, Tennessee) 

RUBY HURST— B.A., University of Chattanooga, Lee 
College; Graduate work, University of Chattanooga 

TERRELL McBRAYER— B.S., University of Georgia; 
Graduate work, West Georgia Bible College, Georgia 
State College of Business Administration, University of 
Tennessee 

ROOSEVELT MILLER— B.M., University of Chatta- 
nooga, Lee College; Additional work, Furman Uni- 
versity, Holmes Bible College, Presbyterian College 

BEATRICE ODOM— B.A., Bob Jones University; M.A., 
George Peabody College for Teachers 

ELMER ODOM— B.A., Bob Jones University, Univer- 
sity of Florida; M.A., George Peabody College for 
Teachers; Graduate work, University of Tennessee 

R. L. PLATT— B.A., George Peabody College for 
Teachers, Lee College; M.A., George Peabody College 
for Teachers; Graduate work, George Peabody College 
for Teachers, University of Tennessee 

ROBERT STEVENS— A.B., Mercer University, Lee 
College; B.D., Emory University; Graduate work, 
Naganuma Gakuen, Yokohama, Japan 

GEORGIA STROUD— B.M., University of Chicago; 
Additional work, Columbia University, University of 
Chattanooga; Student of Mr. Ernest White (Columbia 
University), Edward Linzel (Columbia University), and 
Earl Miller (University of Chattanooga) 

AVIS SWIGER— L.L.D., Lee College; Salem College 

LcMOYNE SWIGER— A. B., University of Tennessee, 
University of Chattanooga, Lee College; M.A., George 
Peabody College for Teachers 

FIELEN SYMES— B.S., University of Chattanooga, Ten- 
nessee Polytechnic Institute, Lee College 



A. T. HUMPHRIES— B.M., Detroit Conservatory of 
Music, University of Chattanooga, Lee College; Grad- 
uate work in voice from Cameron McClain 



J. HERBERT WALKER, JR.— B.A., Vanderbilt Univer- 
sity, Lee College; M.A., George Peabody College for 
Teachers; B.D., Vanderbilt University 



LaVERA HUMPHRIES— Student of Mrs. Vesta Kerce 
(Clearwater, Florida), Brooke Rivard (Detroit, Michigan), 
Miss Mildred Simms (Detroit Bible Institute), Louise 



LUCILLE WALKER— B.A., Searritt College, University 
of New Mexico, Lee College; M.A., George Peabody 
College for Teachers 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 



A 

Adcock, A line — 82 Second St., Wadcsboro, North Carolina 40 

Addison, Dorothy — 3200 Balsam Ave, Birmingham, Alabama 70 

Alexander, Ethelenc — Addison, Alabama 33 

Allen, Cecil— 481 Second St., N.W., Cleveland, Tennessee 73 

Allen, Darlene — 507 Ann Arbor, Flint, Michigan 57 

Allen, David — 67 Frelinghuysen, Battle Creek, Michigan 46 

Allen, Lavone— 1402 N. Denver, Tulsa, Oklahoma 46 

Allen, Naomi— 18th St., San Pablo, California 4 5 

Allen, Virgil— 18th St., San Pablo, California 49 

Amnions, Carolyn — 3405 N. Florida Ave., Lakeland, Florida 63 

Anderson, Helen — 1133 E. Anderson St., Savannah, Georgia 49 

Anderson, Janice — Route 1, Box 332, Bessemer City, North Carolina 33 

Arant, Kenneth — Pitts, Georgia 40 

Arnett, Jan — 8419 Archer, Willow Springs, Illinois 57 

Asbury, Tex — 525 S. Frederick Ave., Gaithersburg, Maryland 73 

Aycock, J. M. — Toussaint Drive, Savannah, Georgia 5 7 

B 

Baldwin, Thomas— 148 W. 44th St., Jacksonville, Florida 49 

Barnes, David — Route 2, Uhrichsville, Ohio 49 

Barnett, Rosic — Route 2, Box 144, Batcsvillc, Arkansas 36 

Baxter, Barbara — 10 Espy St., Summcrvillc, Georgia 57 

Bennett, Rebecca — 786 E. 27th St., Hialcah, Florida 57 

Bennett, Yvonne— 521 10th St., Naples, Florida 57 

Benz, Larry— 695 W. 18th St., Wichita 3, Kansas 57 

Betancourt, Esdras — 55 DeLancey St., New York, New York 36 

Bilderback, Don— Box 252, Hillsboro, Texas 40 

Black, Charles— 1103 Louise Ave., Charlotte, North Carolina 57 

Black, Ernest — Englebergh Rt., Pocahontas, Arkansas 36 

Blackaby, Bob — Campbellsburg, Kentucky 36 

Blazicr, Ronald — Maunie, Illinois 58 

Bloomer, Paul — 50 Copeland Lane, Newport News, Virginia 73 

Bolt, Paul— 524 8th St., Albany, Georgia 58 

Bonilla, Manuel — Iglesia de Dios, Coloia Ovliz Rubio, Empalme, Sonora, Mexico . . 73 

Bourland, Jimmy — Box 241, Roscoe, Texas 73 

Bowles, Orin — Route 1, Mineral Point, Missouri 63 

Bowles, Sharon — Route 1, Mineral Point, Missouri 63 

Bowling, Shirley — Elm St., Summerville, Georgia 58 

Branch, Gary — 1718 Avenue H, Birmingham 8, Alabama 73 

Brannon, Mary — Sansom Ave., Gadsden, Alabama 37 

Brcckenridge, James — 1080 Parker St., Cleveland, Tennessee 40 

Brown, Gerald — 108 Ayers Ave., Marietta, Georgia 73 

Browning, Jesse — Box 23 5, Everglades, Florida 31 

Brummett, Phyllis— 7200 S. W. 84 Court, Miami 43, Florida 63 

Buckncr, Thomas — 110 Alaska Way, Fairbanks, Alaska 40 

Burt, Larry — 1935 Maple St., Cleveland, Tennessee 58 

Butcher, Gary — 9 W. Windsor Ave., Alexandria, Virginia 40 

C 

Caddcll, Bradley— 1241 Creighton Ave., Dayton, Ohio 31 

Camp, Olene — Haleysville, Alabama 40 

Capelle, David — 424 Stevens St., Greenwood, South Carolina 72 

Carey, Donald — Box 24, McCaysville, Georgia 49 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Carr, Roxic— 1180 Parker St., Shabbona, Illinois 49 

Carroll, Lorraine — 3065 James Road, Memphis, Tennessee 58 

Carter, Bobby — Route 1, Concord, North Carolina 58 

Cassidy, Janet— 311 Moore St., Middletown, Ohio 58 

Chesser, Rcba — 205 E. Cypress St., Arcadia, Florida 50 

Childers, Giles— Route 3, Rochclle, Illinois 73 

Cochran, Sam — Bay St., Millen, Georgia 58 

Cody, Fred — 406 Benochi St., Biloxi, Mississippi 63 

Collazo, Ligia— 1315 Heley Ave., Bronx 72, New York 37 

Cook, Linda — 426 N.W. 3d Ave., Pompano Beach, Florida 45 

Cooper, George — 84 Lake Wire Drive, Lakeland, Florida 37 

Core, Mary — Lee Road, Covington, Louisiana 63 

Corley, Sue — 5618 Decker Road, Franklin, Ohio 58 

Corley, Yvonne— 3300 S.W., 89th Ave, Miami, Florida 64 

Coward, Cecil — Route 4, Box 317, Lake City, South Carolina 41 

Creech, Peggy — Route 1, Somerville, Ohio 50 

Croft, Gene — 1547 Waydott, Jacksonville, Florida 46 

Crumley, Sandra Griffith 101 Emmett Ave., Cleveland, Tennessee 64 

D 

Davidson, James — 2026 Howard Ave., Middletown, Ohio 58 

Davis, Betty— 221 N. Belmont Ave., Springfield, Ohio 58 

Davis, Sandra — Route 1, Dublin, Georgia 70 

Davis, Dickie — Route 2, Greenwood, Delaware 37 

Deas, Alpha— Duval St., Live Oak, Florida 58 

Dennison, Doris — Route 2, N. Lee Highway, Cleveland, Tennessee 64 

Diaz, Carlos — Box 4464, San Jose, Costa Rica 73 

Diaz, Maria— Box 4464, San Jose, Costa Rica 73 

Dickenson, Roma Jean — 1011 Oak St., Elizabethton, Tennessee 50 

Dickerson, Faye — Box 64, Naples, Florida 58 

Dobben, Daniel — 145 7 James St., Muskegon, Michigan 58 

Driskell, Brent — Tccumseh Ave., Fort Meade, Florida 58 

Ducroq, Ronald — 40 Kantanta St., Nccana, N. Rhodesia, Central Africa .... 37 

E 

Edgar, Dennis — Star Route C, Fort Myers, Florida 58 

Ellis, Delorcs — 2 Woodland Way, Greenville, South Carolina 46 

Ellis, Don — 612 Frebis Ave., Columbus, Ohio 46 

Evans, Neil— Route 8, Box 1130, Concord, North Carolina 58 

Eversolc, Betty — 1343 Tile Factory Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 50 

F 

Foshee, Priscilla — 603 W. Broadway, Lenoir City, Tennessee 50 

Frazier, Wanda — 601 Hickory Ave., Pulaski, Virginia 46 

Free, LeBron — 420 Summit, Largo, Florida 50 

French, Charles— 945 15th St. N. E., Cleveland, Tennessee 41 

Fussell, Marcus— 332 N.W. 43d St., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 64 

G 

Gates, Ivy— M.S. Box 5378, Nassau, Bahamas 72 

Gee, Ted — General Delivery, Lands, South Carolina 73 

George, William— Box 5072, Whistler, Alabama 51 

Gibson, Dclcnc— 1321 First St., Eldorado, Illinois 51 

Gilley, Bernard — Fyffc, Alabama 58 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Godfrey, Robert— 781 S.E. 13th St., Cleveland, Tennessee 51 

Goff, Alethia Belle— Box 205, Everglades, Florida 64 

Gore, Wanda— 1606 W. 22d St., Jasper, Alabama 51 

Gregory, Paul — 7454 Los Feliz Drive, Highland, California 47 

Gresham, Evelyn — Route 5, Waterlevcl Highway, Cleveland, Tennessee . . . . 71 

Guillin, Julia— 49th Ave. 10-11 Calle, Comayaguila, D. C. Honduras, C. A. ... 71 

H 

Hall, Gloria Jean— Box 290, West Logan, West Virginia 58 

Hall, Jeannic— 400 N.W. Blvd., Miami 44, Florida 64 

Hall, Jimmy— 334 N.W. 43d. Ct., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 65 

Hall, Ted— 155 12th St., Cleveland, Tennessee 4 5 

Hand, Earldinc — Route 2, Box 11, Townsend, Georgia 73 

Hanshaw, Bobby— 222 N. Marend St., Yazoo City, Mississippi 73 

Harkins, Harvey — 145 13th St., Cleveland, Tennessee 58 

Harris, Clarence— 309 S. 23d St., Ft. Pierce, Florida 47 

Harris, Donald— 1227 N.E. 4th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 59 

Hartman, Peggy Jean — Route 1, Plains, Texas 65 

Hasford, Juanita — Route 1, Double Springs, Alabama 73 

Hazzard, Lloyd — Church of God Campground, Charlotte, North Carolina .... 72 

Head, Fayc — Sale Creek, Tennessee 59 

Heil, Duane — 3924 Meramec St., St. Louis 16, Missouri 65 

Helms, John— 1132 Brevard St., Charlotte, North Carolina 37 

Helton, Patricia — Scenic Drive, Sevicrvillc, Tennessee 59 

Henry, Carol — Box 71, Langley, South Carolina 71 

Herndon, Darlene — Box 565, Okeechobee, Florida 33 

Herndon, Roland — Box 565, Okeechobee, Florida 51 

Herrin, Robert — Route 2, Jesup, Georgia 34 

Hewett, Ruby — Route 1, Box 37, Arlington, Georgia 37 

Hinklcy, Danny — 1605 Second St., Radford, Virginia 59 

Hodges, Martha— 1219 W. Enslcy St., Pensacola, Florida 59 

Hodo, Joseph — Box 313, Graysvillc, Alabama 51 

Holdman, Mary— 5009 E. 9th St., Kansas City, Missouri 59 

Hollingsworth, Thamas — Route 2, Attalla, Alabama 73 

Holmes, Benjamin — Lcdford Trailer Park, Cleveland, Tennessee 31 

Holmes, Carolyn Jean — 307 Kemta, Florence, Kentucky 52 

Holt, Bobby— 1108 Avenue "B", Rochelle, Illinois 59 

Hopkins, Sanford— 1205 Elm St., Cincinnati 10, Ohio 45 

Hudson, James— 1045 17th St., Wyandotte, Michigan 74 

Huffstutlcr, Odis — Route 2, Altoona, Alabama 59 

Hughes, Dale — 4542 E. Garfield, Phoenix, Arizona 59 

Hughes, Jack — 1505 Franklin, Fort Wayne, Indiana 59 

Hughes, Janice — Lee College, Cleveland, Tennessee 65 

Hughes, Kenneth— 130 E. 20th St., Riviera Beach, Florida 65 

Hurst, Don — Route 4, Cleveland, Tennessee 41 

J 

Jacobs, David — Lee College, Cleveland, Tennessee 31 

Jarrcll, Janie — 115 Acacia, Lake Jackson, Texas 5 2 

Jenkins, Charles — Box 77, Lee Road, Covington, Louisiana 72 

Jenkins, Donald — 557 S. Kestner, Chicago 29, Illinois 37 

Johnson, Beechcr— 822 18th N.W., Canton, Ohio 41 

Johnson, Brenda — Route 1, Box 302, Naples, Florida 44 

Johnson, Brian — Route 1, Box 302, Naples, Florida 4 5 

Johnson, Carolyn — 3113 2d Ave., Richmond, Virginia 59 



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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Johnson, Gerald — Bayou La Batrc, Alabama 74 

Johnson, Jackie — 1122 South Congress Ave., West Palm Beach, Florida 65 

Johnson, Linda — 205 Alpha St., West Monroe, Louisiana 59 

Johnson, Mary — Route 1, Jefferson, South Carolina 59 

Johnson, Paul — 202 Tremont Ave., Greenville, South Carolina 52 

Johnson, Regina — Box 165R, Route 6, Tampa, Florida 59 

Johnson, Robert — 100 Ojo St., Tucson, Arizona 52 

Johnson, Stacy — Box 373, Lake Placid, Florida 37 

Joshlyn, Barbara— 1050 N.E. 34th St., Oakland Park, Florida 59 

Judd, Aaron— Route 2, Box 886, Lakeland, Florida 74 

K 

Kalem, Esther— 418 53d St., S.W., North Industry, Ohio 59 

Kent, Max — 21st Ave. N., Thomaston, Georgia 59 

Killman, Freddie— 263 Greene Blvd., Charlotte, North Carolina 52 

King, Jane — Oliver Ave., Princeton, West Virginia 59 

King, Edwin — 203 W. Farris Road, Greenville, South Carolina 34 

Kirkland, Lonzo— 412 N. Saint Clair St., Starke, Florida 52 

Klaus, Barbara — 423 5 Huron, Dearborn, Michigan 47 

L 

Lambert, Bonnie — Route 4, Box 256, Live Oak, Florida 47 

Lambert, Duane — Route 4, Box 256, Live Oak, Florida 74 

Lanning, Robert — Lee College, Cleveland Tennessee 53 

Lashley, Marilyn — 5 55 Wayne St., Mansfield, Ohio 66 

Lavender, Aaron — 3214 Buckley Ave., Lake Worth, Florida 41 

Lawrence, Willie — Clincho, Virginia 53 

Leatherbcrry, Darla — 1521 W. University, Champaign, Illinois 66 

Lee, Eddie Lou— 311 W. Parker St., Lakeland, Florida 59 

Lilly, Karen — Central Avenue, Lake Wales, Florida 38 

Lombard, John — Star Route, Houston, Mississippi 41 

Luckey, Michael — Box 521, Naples, Florida 66 

Lyda, James — 212 Davis Ave., Newton, North Carolina 41 

Lytle, Dudley— 507 W. Main St., Uhrichsville, Ohio 59 

M 

Madden, Elmer — 210 S. Washington Ave., Greenville, South Carolina 60 

Manning, Thomas — 61 W. 45th St., Jacksonville, Florida 60 

Maples, Ann— 608 Wilkins, Dalton, Georgia 74 

Martin, Eugene — 23 Frelinghuysen, Battle Creek, Michigan 38 

Mathis, Annette — Route 2, Dalton, Georgia 47 

Matthews, Lynn — 2508 N. 52d St., Phoenix, Arizona 60 

Maxwell, Judy — 821 Country Club Drive, Gadsden, Alabama 60 

May, Ruth — 951 Montgomery Ave., Cleveland, Tennessee 45 

Maye, Aubrey — Route 1, Box 72-A, Fitzgerald, Georgia 38 

Meletiou, James — 925 S. Church St., Burlington, North Carolina 38 

Messer, Edwin — Lee College, Cleveland, Tennessee 74 

Miller, Alean — General Delivery, Warrenton, North Carolina 74 

Miller, Carol — Helena, Arkansas 70 

Miller, Charlotte— Box 225, R.F.D. 2, Seaford, Delaware 60 

Miller, Loman — Route 2, Box 1 12, Santa Paula, California 60 

Millican, Emry — Route 6, Shallowford Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee 60 

Milligan, Thomas — 604 Gibson Avenue, McColl, South Carolina 34 

Mixon, Lex — Route 1, Box 346, Perry Florida 60 

Montgomery, Barbara — Route 2, Carrollton, Mississippi 41 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 

Mooncyham, Shirley— 316 5th Ave, N.W., Minot, North Dakota 53 

Morgan, Douglas — Route 2, Seneca, South Carolina 34 

Morgan, Jannelle — Utila Island, Honduras, C. A 71 

Morris, Hugh — Route 1, Box 50, Talladega, Alabama 66 

Morris, Mary Ruth — Box 251, Pocomoke City, Maryland 60 

Morris, Philip— Route 1, Box 147, Crisfield, Maryland 38 

Morse, Rona — 2672 West Summit, San Antonio, Texas 66 

Muncy, Joe— 5072 Millikin Road, Hamilton, Ohio 43 

Murray, Bcttyc— 907 17th St., Cleveland, Tennessee 66 

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McCarson, Stanley— 305 McDowell St., Greenville, South Carolina 38 

McClure, Patricia — 1949 Liberty St., Jacksonville, Florida 60 

McCoy, Shelby— Box 2213, Vernon, Texas 34 

McEachin, Larry — Hazlehurst, Georgia 71 

McGhee, Sue— Route 2, Box 78, Tinlcy Park, Illinois 53 

McKinney, Dean— 440 13th St., N.E., Cleveland, Tennessee 41 

McMillan, Sandra — 909 Exeter Ave, Bessemer, Alabama 60 

McMullen, Ray— 530 N. "D" St., Lake Worth, Florida 41 

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Newton, LaVoy — Wildwood, Florida 71 

Nicholson, Don — 117 Fairview, Chattanooga 7, Tennessee 60 

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O'Bannon, Mary Lu — Star Route C, Fort Myers, Florida 67 

O'Neal, Carolyn — Dunlap, Maryville, Tennessee 60 

Owens, Robert — Lee College, Cleveland, Tennessee 60 

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Painter, David— 522 3d St., Monroe, Michigan 31 

Painter, Judy— 522 3d St., Monroe, Michigan 60 

Painter, Rick — 3950 E. Lincoln, Phoenix, Arizona 60 

Parker, Effic — Lee College, Cleveland, Tennessee 53 

Parton, Carol— 335 8th St., N.W., Cleveland, Tennessee 67 

Parton, Vincent— 335 8th St., N.W., Cleveland, Tennessee 53 

Pate, Lester — Cokes, Alabama 54 

Paul, Vernon — 2700 2d Ave., Columbus, Georgia 38 

Paulk, Joan — 83 5 Trunk St., Cleveland, Tennessee 47 

Pawluk, Henrietta — Box 33, Richeyvillc, Pennsylvania 44 

Pearson, Wayne — Route 10, Cullman, Alabama 41 

Pedigo, Tommie — 600 S. 5th St., Independence, Kansas 67 

Pceples, Ronnie— 2141 S.W. 60th Ave., Miami, Florida 60 

Pendergrass, Evea Lea — 2509 N. Kellett, Springfield, Missouri 74 

Peters, Teresa — Star Route, Mattawamkcag, Maine 41 

Phillips, Erlene — Route 4, Charleston, South Carolina 70 

Pittman, Charles — 6104 Vance Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee 42 

Porter, Travis — 1040 College St., Cleveland, Tennessee 34 

Prewitt, James— 575 N.E. 11th St., Cleveland, Tennessee 34 

Price, Elaine — Box 66, Magnolia, Ohio 44 

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Raileanu, Atanasie — Byrd St., Draper, North Carolina 42 

Ramsey, Charles— 220 13th St., N.E., Cleveland, Tennessee 54 



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STUDENT DIRECTORY 

Ramsey, Wanda — 4 Gilbert Ave., Maryville, Tennessee 54 

Riffe, Linda— Route 1, Box 481, Bluefield, West Virginia 60 

Robbins, Betty Jean— 853 Mimosa Blvd., Roswell, Georgia 54 

Robbins, Patricia — 8 53 Mimosa Blvd., Roswell, Georgia 67 

Roberts, Ernest— 101 Violet St., Plant City, Florida 42 

Roberts, Harmon — 8105 Chamberlain, Detroit, Michigan 54 

Rodgers, LaVern — 243 S. Peter St., Athens, Georgia 72 

Rogers, Dora — 1904 Georgetown Road, Cleveland, Tennessee 74 

Rose, Judy— Route 2, West Middletown, Ohio 60 

Ross, Lamar— 203 E. 8th St., Rome, Georgia 74 

Rutland, Barbara — Box 231, Glovcrvillc, South Carolina 60 

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Salmon, Michael— Route 1, Box 343, Odcnton, Maryland 67 

Sanders, Ray — Bath, South Carolina 42 

Schmidt, Patricia— 907 Cherry St., Millville, New Jersey 42 

Sharp, Edward — 683 Montgomery Ave., Cleveland, Tennessee 74 

Shealy, James — 23 Ackley Road, Greenville, South Carolina 61 

Shearer, Phillip — 1225 Magnolia Ave., Cleveland, Tennessee 42 

Shires, Carole— 1710 Church Street, Tyler, Texas 61 

Shoemaker, Evanelle — 738 Combee Road, Lakeland, Florida 71 

Shope, Joyce — Route 2, Calhoun, Georgia 74 

Short, Martha — Route 2, Stanford, Kentucky 54 

Short, Priscilla — Carrollton St., Magnolia, Ohio 61 

Shrevc, Mervin — Box 329, Wythcville, Virginia 34 

Simmons, John — 4934 Kemary, Navarre, Ohio 61 

Sims, John — Cherry St., Scvierville, Tennessee 74 

Smith, Kenneth — McCall Creek, Mississippi 55 

Smith, Martha — Box 253, Sarasota, Florida 34 

Smith, Mary— Box 25 3, Sarasota, Florida 44 

Spain, Fred — 1320 Woodmore Drive, Cleveland, Tennessee 67 

Spatafore, David — Quaker Road, Clarksboro, New Jersey 72 

Stancill, Annette — Route 4, Chatsworth, Georgia 47 

Stephens, Alice — Edgcwood Grove, Somerset, Pennsylvania 61 

Stepp, June — Bates Pike, Cleveland, Tennessee 68 

Stevens, Harold— 2050 Peachtree St., Dayton, Ohio 31 

Stewart, Judy — 1910 Baugh St., Cleveland, Tennessee 68 

Still, Joel— 3064 Newton, Walled Lake, Michigan 61 

Stone, Lynn — 800 Federal St., Kingsport, Tennessee 5 5 

Stout, Garland — Ridge Road, Chincoteaguc, Virginia 38 

Sumner, Donnie — 607 South St., Easton, Maryland 47 

Sutton, James — 1807 Sherman Ave., Norwood, Ohio 47 

Swackhammer, Everett — 889 Idlewild Ave., Newark, Ohio 72 

Swanson, Darlcne — 238 Ohio, Tucson, Arizona 38 

Swanson, G. A. — 238 Ohio, Tucson, Arizona 5 5 

Swanson, Treasure — 238 Ohio, Tucson, Arizona 61 

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Talbert, Brenda— 3824 40th St., Meridian, Mississippi 61 

Tanner, Eddie— 6412 S.W. 21st St., West Hollywood, Florida 39 

Tascier, Charles — Route 4, Norman, Oklahoma 35 

Tascier, Rita Thomas — Route 4, Norman, Oklahoma 68 

Tatum, Martha Ellen — 2717 N. Henderson Ave., Cleveland, Tennessee 68 

Taylor, Albert— 212 2d Ave., W., Lemmon, South Dakota 35 

Taylor, Bobbie Jean — Glovcrvillc, South Carolina 61 






STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Taylor, Janet— 801 Stone St., Flint, Michigan 47 

Taylor, Patsy — 1045 Graves St., Martinsville, Virginia 45 

Taylor, Reba — 3d St., Knoxville, Tennessee 61 

Tcmplcton, Phillip — 20 W. Fairmont St., Pontiac, Michigan 61 

Tharp, James — Route 1, Humboldt, Tennessee 72 

Tharp, Lynda — Route 1, Pangburn, Arkansas 5 5 

Thompson, Claude — Route 2, Kennedy, Alabama 39 

Thompson, William — 1030 College St., Cleveland, Tennessee 3 5 

Thornton, Arnold— 643 4th St., N.W., Cleveland, Tennessee 3 5 

Titus, Winifred — 160 Newcomb, Hay ward, California 61 

Townsend, Grady — Coco Ave., Kelly Road, Naples, Florida 47 

Trader, Lois — 107 Bridgeview St., Salisbury, Maryland 61 

Trammell, Joel — 15 Bryson St., Greenville, South Carolina 42 

Turner, Elmer — School St., Cornelius, North Carolina 42 

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Upchurch, Morrell — Route 1, Boaz, Alabama 5 5 

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Vance, Douglas — 2720 Mansfield St., Roanoke, Virginia 70 

W 

Waddell, Lazclle — Route 3, Lambert, Mississippi 56 

Wales, Barbara — Route 1, Dalton Road, Cleveland, Tennessee 61 

Wallace, William — 1425 Fulton Ave., S.W., Birmingham, Alabama 42 

Warren, Robert — 8956 Sheridan Road, Kenosha, Wisconsin 39 

Webb, Hubert — 102 Newberry, Greenville, South Carolina 42 

Webster, Nadine — Route 2, Shaw, Mississippi 61 

Welch, Rosalie — Mattawamkeag, Maine 61 

Wellborn, Rheba— 897 Underwood Ave., S.E., Atlanta, Georgia 61 

Wesson, Paul — 604 Ave., "W", Birmingham, Alabama 61 

Weyandt, Leah — Claysburg, Pennsylvania 47 

Wheeler, Naomi — \2 Jefferson Ave., Shelby, Ohio 71 

Wiles, Charley — 1285 Magnolia Ave., Cleveland, Tennessee 35 

Williams, Howard — Box 96, Dunn, Louisiana 56 

Williams, Joyce— 209 N. Harrington St., Raleigh, North Carolina 39 

Wilkcrson, Jack — Route 4, Box 33 5, Durham, North Carolina 39 

Wilson, Herb — 121 Curryer Road, Middletown, Ohio 42 

Wilson, Juanita — 1033 N. Parker St., Cleveland, Tennessee 61 

Wilson, Thomas — 150 11th St., N.E., Cleveland, Tennessee 42 

Wilson, William — 304 N. Spring St., Concord, North Carolina 70 

Wood, Jimmy — 608 Garner Lane, Brownfield, Texas 35 

Woodard, Eugene — 473 6th St., S.E., Cleveland, Tennessee 56 

Woodard, Kathryn Steele — Box 101, Cleveland, Tennessee 5 5 

Woodard, Lillie — Route 3, Lakeland, Florida 61 

Woods, Annette — 2709 Watkins Ave., Richmond, Virginia 74 

Woodson, David — 714 S. Center, Thomaston, Georgia 74 

Wooldridge, Ted — Box 189, Gcrmiston, South Africa 39 

Wooten, L. E. — 1206 E. 32d St., Chattanooga, Tennessee 56 

Wooten, William — Route 3, Elm City, North Carolina 32 

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Young, Lcmmic — Route 4, Sparta, Tennessee 39 



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